Tag Archives: Directors

Judge Orders PG&E Directors to Visit Town Destroyed by Wildfire

A federal judge directed the utility’s board to visit Paradise, Calif., to see the devastation from a fire the company has said was likely started by its equipment. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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CRTC Ups the CASL (Canadian Anti-Spam Law) Liability Ante For Directors and Officers

My new Canadian Lawyer column discusses the increased potential liability for directors and officers of companies that violate Canada’s federal anti-spam legislation (CASL).  Recently the CRTC, which jointly regulates Canada’s anti-spam legislation (together with federal privacy and competition law regulators), has both … Continue reading

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$1.2 BILLION FRAUD–WOODBRIDGE DIRECTORS CHARGED.

On April 11, 2019, the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) charged two former directors of investments at Woodbridge Group of Companies LLC related to their participation in a massive Ponzi scheme. Ivan Acevedo and Dane R. Roseman, were charged, along … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Six Avoidable Problems Directors Can Have With Their D&O Insurance

Paul Ferrillo In the following guest post, Paul Ferrillo,  a partner in the law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP in New York City, takes a look a six recurring problems that directors can have with their D&O insurance and how to … Continue reading

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Independent Directors: New Class of 2018

Posted by Steve W. Klemash, Jamie C. Smith, and Kellie C. Huennekens, EY Center for Board Matters, on Saturday, March 30, 2019 Editor's Note: Steve W. Klemash is America’s Leader, Jamie C. Smith is Associate Director, and Kellie C. Huennekens … Continue reading

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