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Is there a particular section of Companies Act 2006 that requires

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Is there a particular section of Companies Act 2006 that requires the company / its directors to take steps to defend the reputation of the company from innuendo and false allegations that are reputationally damaging?
I am aware of the company's rights under Defamation Act should a company CHOOSE to defend its reputation / the reputations of its directors.
What I am asking is about the company's obligations to protect its investors interests rather than turning the other cheek.....
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There is no section that compels a company to act.

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It is a matter for them and indeed a commercial decision

Alex Watts :

It may be that what has been said/published is so minor it is not worth the cost of pursuing

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So really it is a matter for the company

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Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?

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