As it works to change its leadership, the board that sets the rules for corporate accounting in America is fighting off a new attack by more than 100 top legal executives across the country.

The embattled Financial Accounting Standards Board sparked the fight last month by reviving a proposal to require corporations to report possible financial losses from litigation. General counsel say the new standard would force companies to reveal critical information about their potential liabilities, legal strategies and insurance coverage.

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