Non-executive Director Appointments

Non-executive Director Appointments

The very nature of non-executive director roles – on the board of directors, but not a part of the day-to-day executive management team – sets them aside from other positions within an organisation.

Individuals appointed as a non-executive director, often operate in an advisory capacity and are not always aware that they have the same legal responsibilities as those who are serving as executive directors.

Our London employment solicitors can provide expert advice on where you stand from an employment law perspective, helping ensure that you have put the relevant safeguards in place and offering guidance should a dispute arise within the business.

Expert Advice

We can advise on:

  • The terms of any NED agreement offered
  • The appointment/selection process
  • Term and reappointments
  • Plurality of non-executive directorships
  • Share options
  • Directors’ duties and liabilities
  • Payment for loss of office
  • Disputes

If you need advice or have any questions in relation to the above, please contact our London employment lawyers on 020 7580 5721.

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