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This important case confirms that it is not a breach of duty for a director to “defer” to the views of others, nor does a director have to resign merely because he disagrees with a course of action proposed by his board, or shareholders. It also confirms English cases on directors’ duties will continue to be persuasive in the Cayman Islands (despite the recent codification of English law), and serves as a reminder of the difficulties of proving dishonesty in claims against directors.