In the Legal’s Corporate Governance supplement, read about change in control of transactions, board composition and compensation and proposals to change how directors are nominated.

Click here to download the digital edtion


Navigating Pa. Law in Change of Control Transactions
The fiduciary duties of directors are often seen as the foundation of corporate governance and the protection of the interests of shareholders. Read more


Creating Long-Term Values by Changing the Supply and Demand
Corporate governance encompasses the rules of engagement, the infrastructure, and the language spoken by the many players in and around the boardroom. Read more


Challenges to Practices From Board Composition to Compensation
Today’s board must have the right combination of skill and experience to oversee management in navigating the company’s operations through the complex and shifting global and national economic and political landscape. Read more

Uptick in Proposals to Change How Directors Are Nominated
Activist shareholders are looking to have a greater say about the composition of the boards of U.S. public companies. The ultimate goal of these shareholders is to reshape how public company directors are traditionally selected. This movement has been caused, in part, by widely publicized corporate governance and senior management failures. Read more


Strategies to Achieve an Effective Board of Directors
Institutional investors, stock exchange rules and the Securities and Exchange Commission have all put enhanced corporate governance in the spotlight. Companies should embrace this and internally put a focus on corporate governance since the correct governance toolbox can create an effective and progressive board of directors to steer the company toward strategic and financial success. Read more
 

Building a Business Case for a Data Privacy Program
When members of the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC) discuss data privacy and security today, I see an entirely new level of urgency. Enterprise data security programs used to be driven by the fear that breached customer and employee data could damage reputations and harm brands.

Read more


A Litigator’s 5 Tips for Drafting Board Minutes
Recent Delaware cases continue to emphasize that well-drafted board minutes are crucial to surviving and defeating challenges from shareholders in derivative and securities class actions. Although corporate counsel or the corporate secretary may be responsible for drafting board minutes as a matter of good corporate governance, the board minutes may well become the center of litigation. Read more

 

In the Legal’s Corporate Governance supplement, read about change in control of transactions, board composition and compensation and proposals to change how directors are nominated.

Click here to download the digital edtion


Navigating Pa. Law in Change of Control Transactions
The fiduciary duties of directors are often seen as the foundation of corporate governance and the protection of the interests of shareholders. Read more


Creating Long-Term Values by Changing the Supply and Demand
Corporate governance encompasses the rules of engagement, the infrastructure, and the language spoken by the many players in and around the boardroom. Read more


Challenges to Practices From Board Composition to Compensation
Today’s board must have the right combination of skill and experience to oversee management in navigating the company’s operations through the complex and shifting global and national economic and political landscape. Read more

Uptick in Proposals to Change How Directors Are Nominated
Activist shareholders are looking to have a greater say about the composition of the boards of U.S. public companies. The ultimate goal of these shareholders is to reshape how public company directors are traditionally selected. This movement has been caused, in part, by widely publicized corporate governance and senior management failures. Read more


Strategies to Achieve an Effective Board of Directors
Institutional investors, stock exchange rules and the Securities and Exchange Commission have all put enhanced corporate governance in the spotlight. Companies should embrace this and internally put a focus on corporate governance since the correct governance toolbox can create an effective and progressive board of directors to steer the company toward strategic and financial success. Read more
 

Building a Business Case for a Data Privacy Program
When members of the Compliance, Governance and Oversight Council (CGOC) discuss data privacy and security today, I see an entirely new level of urgency. Enterprise data security programs used to be driven by the fear that breached customer and employee data could damage reputations and harm brands.

Read more


A Litigator’s 5 Tips for Drafting Board Minutes
Recent Delaware cases continue to emphasize that well-drafted board minutes are crucial to surviving and defeating challenges from shareholders in derivative and securities class actions. Although corporate counsel or the corporate secretary may be responsible for drafting board minutes as a matter of good corporate governance, the board minutes may well become the center of litigation. Read more