The directors of a company are not personally liable for infringements by the company, even if they are managing directors or the sole directors and shareholders, unless1:
(1) they have formed the company for the purpose of infringing;
(2) they have directly ordered or authorised the acts complained of; or
(3) they have so authorised or ordered by implication.
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