At some point in the future Michael Stainer (pictured below right) will be back in the dock again, as he is still on trial for misconduct as a director.
This all stems from a decision which was adjourned by ICC Judge Burton last year pending the outcome of Stainer’s trial at Southwark Crown Court. It relates to a breach of company law, which may be a criminal offence. For instance, breach of the Companies Act 2006 requirements on corporate administration (eg, keeping company registers and making filings) may constitute an offence for which the company and every officer in default may be liable.
Now that Mr Stainer has been found guilty of fraud and cheating the public purse, another trial in front of ICC Judge Burton at the Rolls Building Fetter Lane London, will occur, and Mr Stainer will no doubt suffer further humiliation to his already severely tarnished image.
It is not just this further trial Stainer will have to attend, there are others, but at present we cannot comment or publish details of these.
A representative from the Shepway Vox Team will be at each case to ensure the facts of the matter are reported in the public interest.
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