Patricia A. Winston and Edward McNally, of Morris James (handout)
There is perhaps one single obligation that most aggravates corporate boards of directors: Paying your opponent’s legal fees when you are convinced he has done you wrong. How then is that not just possible, but a regular occurrence?
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