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Daily Journal Corporate Governance Forum 2017

November 15, 2017 | San Francisco, CA


Service as an officer or director carries significant risk of liability and exposure. There are issues and techniques for limiting that exposure, including establishing a robust compliance program, use of outside experts and advisors, appropriate documentation of Board and officer decisions, D&O and other insurance coverage, indemnification rights, fiduciary duty and corporate opportunity waivers, and tips for managing disputes. Join V&E partner, Michael Charlson, as he moderates the morning session that focuses in on these key issues entitled Protecting Against Liability at the Daily Journal Corporate Governance Forum 2017.

Panelists Include:

  • Joy M. Cartun, Vice President, Legal, Lam Research
  • Rodney Choo, Senior Vice President, Management Liability & Executive Lines, Risk Placement Services, Inc./Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

Michael’s practice involves complex business litigation, with an emphasis on securities class actions, corporate governance (including shareholder derivative) litigation, SEC and other regulatory and exchange proceedings, and related counseling. Over more than 25 years, Michael has represented corporations, officers, directors, investors, auditors, and underwriters in dozens of securities class actions involving companies that operate across a wide range of industry sectors, including many technology and life sciences companies. Michael has also litigated and counseled clients on fiduciary duty and disclosure issues relating to proposed M&A transactions. In addition, he has represented major accounting firms and auditors in accounting malpractice and securities lawsuits, and before the SEC.

For more information on this event, please follow this link.

Venue

Omni San Francisco
500 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94104


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