On Board: The GC and the Confluence of Culture and Compliance
The daily headlines are prompting boards to think hard about their responsibilities for overseeing organizational culture: not only what “culture” means in the context of the board’s fiduciary duty, but also who among the executive leadership team is best suited to advise them on their culture-related responsibilities.
By Michael W. Peregrine|December 04, 2017 at 04:20 PM|Originally published on Corporate Counsel
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Not surprisingly, employment law developments at the federal level in 2017 reflect policy changes that often come with new administrations. These changes largely can be characterized by what has been undone, halted or muddled in some way.
In their Bankruptcy Practice column, John J. Rapisardi and Joseph Zujkowski begin an analysis of the long awaited Second Circuit opinion addressing objections to Momentive Performance Materials’ Chapter 11 plan in 'In re MPM Silicones'.
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