For any in-house lawyers at public companies who may have been using the Mayan calendar’s impending doom as an excuse to not plan for the New Year, we have a quick cheat sheet to help get you back up to speed for 2013. CorpCounsel.com spoke with Gibson Dunn partner Amy Goodman about the firm’s “Key Year-End Considerations for Public Companies” alert, which offers some important issues to consider as 2012 comes to a close. Goodman, co-chair of the firm’s securities regulation and corporate governance practice group and a primary author of the alert, says, “The whole idea of this list was that, if you’re a general counsel of a public company, from a securities and governance standpoint, what should you be worrying about?” 1. Assess whether the work of compensation consultants creates conflicts of interest.
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