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08 Jun. 2010 | Comments (0)

In this season of corporate governance conferences, I wanted to use this space to share some information gleaned from a recent Conference Board Directors’ Institute Roundtable held in New York City. During a luncheon speech given by Justice Carolyn Berger of the Supreme Court of Delaware and Henry Klehm III, a partner with JonesDay, those in attendance at the Harmonie Club in Midtown Manhattan received a dissertation on director Do’s in today’s volatile environment. Klehm read a list of Ten Reminders for Directors, which he said was originally penned by fellow JonesDay partner Pat McCartan. The list touches on such issues as conflict of interest, committee charters, corporate minutes and director note-taking. For your reading pleasure, the full list appears here or see below. director top10
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    Gary Larkin

    Gary Larkin is a research associate in the corporate leadership department at The Conference Board in New York. His research focuses on corporate governance, including succession planning, board compo…

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