General Counsel

Preparing For The Wave Of Covid-19 Lawsuits

Since it’s hard to imagine a company that won’t have a worker who contracts the coronavirus before this is over, boards should begin mapping out strategies now.

Oracle Lack Of Diversity Lawsuit Could Have Larger Implications

if the court finds that companies can face significant financial damages for making unfounded claims about human capital management decisions, it will heighten boards' level of accountability.

Anti-Corruption In The Coronavirus Era

Challenging times can sometimes lead good people to put ethical behavior aside. Here's what boards and executives can do now to lower liability.

The $2 Trillion CARES Act Imposes Limits On Employee Pay

The largest stimulus bill in U.S. history conditions the granting of federal loans and loan guarantees on companies’ agreement to limit employee compensation.

Carving Out Some IPO Protections

Thanks to a 2018 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, the risk of IPO-related securities litigation has never been higher. With Congress not likely to act, boards need to take matters into their own hands.

I.S.S. Sues S.E.C. Over New Proxy Advisory Rules

Proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services filed a lawsuit against the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday over new rules the regulator issued earlier this year requiring more disclosure over how the firm and...

Corporate Board Member Institute

The leading continuing education program for public company boards.

Poll: Director Optimism Stalls in April 

U.S. public company board members’ optimism heading into the spring is increasingly tempered by worries over new taxes and regulations. 

Director Fundamentals

A comprehensive guide & training course on the role of the public company director.