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Industrial Development Consultants v Cooley [1972] 1 WLR 443

This case considered the issue of fiduciary duties of a company director to a company and whether or not a managing director had a duty to pass on information that he obtained whilst he was the managing director and whether or not he was liable for the remuneration he received as a result of taking advantage of this information.

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Industrial Development Consultants v Cooley [1972] 1 WLR 443
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