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 ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter - February 2009 ====== ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter - February 2009 ======
-===== DIRECTORS’ LIABILITY FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT ​=====+===== Director'​s Liability for Copyright Infringement ​=====
 Ordinarily, a company’s director cannot be sued directly for loss and damage arising from the actions of the company. ​ However, accessorial liability can arise in relation to, amongst other things, copyright infringement,​ leaving the directors of the company exposed to a claim for damages. Ordinarily, a company’s director cannot be sued directly for loss and damage arising from the actions of the company. ​ However, accessorial liability can arise in relation to, amongst other things, copyright infringement,​ leaving the directors of the company exposed to a claim for damages.
  

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