Hi Kendy, all,
Am 07.04.22 um 09:27 schrieb Jan Holesovsky:
Andreas Mantke píše v St 06. 04. 2022 v 18:11 +0200:
Suppose you were in the Board with me as a deputy, I was missing in
meeting, and you were to represent me.
Are you suddenly becoming a Collabora employee or contractor or
affiliate in any other way? Or what is the base for the CoI in
in such case the representing deputy steps in for the member and thus
replaces the member. If the member has a CoI, this couldn't be solved
And to add: the deputy member votes for the represented member (as if
the member do it himself).
This is very interesting. So assume that a CoI'd deputy represents a
director with no CoI.
Applying the above, the CoI'd deputy is not CoI'd any more when
representing the non-CoI'd director, correct?
No, because the reprenting deputy has the CoI in his person and could
not drop that.
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