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June 29, 2020

What Boards Should Know About the PEP Provisions in the SECURE Act

Boards should be aware of recent changes in the US retirement space and the implications for thei...

By Neil Lloyd

April 8, 2020

Understanding the Implications of the CARES Act

The CARES Act is highly significant for boards, but not for the usual reasons. Instead of heaping...

By Alexandra R. Lajoux

January 14, 2020

What Directors Need to Know about the California Consumer Privacy Act

The California Consumer Privacy Act came into effect on January 1, 2020. Here’s what direct...

By Pam Hrubey and Melissa Krasnow

December 4, 2019

Directors Consider AI’s Implications for Board Work and Regulatory Oversight

With new artificial intelligence capabilities come ethical and regulatory considerations that dem...

By Jesse Rhodes

October 21, 2019

ESG Risks Trickle Into Financial Filings

As investors pressure companies to disclose how ESG risks impact their companies, three key risk ...

By Leah Rozin

September 19, 2019

Board Oversight of Securities Class Action Defense: A Winning Path

Using a securities class action lawsuit as a chance to improve board oversight and disclosure can...

By Doug Greene, Jessie M. Gabriel, and Bruce Vanyo

July 23, 2019

D&O Liability: Three Emerging Areas to Watch

Given the emergence of new business risks, board members should watch these risk and regulatory a...

By Sarah Downey

July 18, 2019

Overseeing Cyber Risks in a Complex Regulatory Landscape

Recent cybersecurity legislation is abundant. Here’s how boards can ensure adequate policies and ...

By David Ross

June 4, 2019

Compliance Oversight: New DOJ and OFAC Expectations

With the recent release of their expectations for corporate compliance programs, the U.S. Departm...

By Michael Mann and Jamie Schafer

May 23, 2019

Equip Yourself for Implementation of the New Credit Losses Standard

Last September, US Securities and Exchange Commission Chief Accountant Wesley Bricker observed th...

By Julie Bell Lindsay