A famous corporate lawyer is appointed to the board of directors of a public company. He frequently advises the company on the legal aspects of various joint ventures and technology transfer arrangements that the company enters into. He receives sitting fees for attending the board meetings of the company. He has raised a very hefty legal bill. The management approaches you to ask if they can argue that there is a ceiling on the legal fees the director can receive, since remuneration of all directors is capped. Which of the following is correct?