Forty-one more corporate legal officers on Monday added their names (pdf) to a letter objecting to proposed rules requiring more disclosure about their companies’ financial loss contingencies.

Among them are general counsel of some of the nation’s largest companies. The Association of Corporate Counsel filed the initial letter(pdf), with 110 signatures, last month with the Financial Accounting Standards Board, called “Fasbee” for its initials.

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