The big guessing game these days in Wilmington is where esteemed Justice Myron T. Steele of the Delaware Supreme Court might land once he departs his chambers. Like some of his colleagues, Chancellors William B. Chandler III and Stephen P. Lamb, >>>
Sutherland to Succeed Surma at U.S. Steel. McMillon to Succeed Duke at Wal-Mart. Takeda Pharmaceutical Names GSK Executive as COO. Wal-Mart Names New CEO. Lowe’s Adds Former WellPoint CEO to Board. Tyco CEO Named to Raytheon Board.
In The Death of Corporate Reputation
, Jonathan Macey, a corporate law professor at Yale University, details Wall Street’s shift from a reliance on trust and reputation to that of more stringent regulation. Intertwining theoretical >>>
Not long ago, the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) delivered a cyber security wake-up call to boardrooms across corporate America. The wake-up call took the form of an 8-page, single-spaced survey addressed to 31 of America’s >>>
Derivative actions are claims brought by a shareholder nominally on behalf of the company. These types of lawsuits are vexing for directors of public companies because they typically allege breaches of fiduciary duty and publicly question decisions >>>
It is still the rare and sensational case when CEOs, let alone board members, are accused by the government of failing to supervise employees adequately in ways that would have prevented them from committing criminal acts. That, of course, is the >>>
Anthony B. Creamer III, a CPA and managing director at Navigant, and Jay Dubow, a corporate litigation lawyer at Pepper Hamilton, address what board members should look for when their company is buying or selling a >>>