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This ready-reference handbook summarizes the rights and responsibilities of a corporate director, reviews legal standards of conduct, and much more.
The Corporate Director's Guidebook is recognized as the premier authority on the director's role and the board's functions. It is read, consulted and cited by board members, executives, lawyers and academics nationwide. Now available as a new Fifth Edition, the Guidebook completely updates its fourth edition published in 2004. This new Fifth Edition addresses recent effects the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has had in the corporate governance arena and its impact on the legal responsibilities of directors of public companies.
The corrections track the Handbook for the Conduct of Shareholders' Meetings, 2nd, which was also a committee-drafted book.
This guidebook describes the legal principles that apply to nonprofits of all sizes.
A useful reference book for directors of nonprofit corporations in the U.S.—from the smallest local corporation, to the largest nonprofit corporation with operations across the country and even abroad—to help them identify information they need in certain areas, and suggest methods for obtaining this information within the framework of the corporation's particular circumstances.
This new and updated edition provides lawyers with an overview of corporate governance and how it has evolved over the past decade including the role of the board of directors in corporate governance, corporate governance in a troubled company and more.

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