Director liability: corporate minutes as Trojan horse

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Explore:  Corporate Minutes

Originally published in New England In-House on February 25, 2013.

What should director minutes say and how detailed should they be? It likely depends on the maturity of the company, the personality of its management and the input of its lawyers.

But lawyers often have disagreed on what minutes should look like. So, what are the best practices?

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Topics:  Corporate Minutes

Published In: General Business Updates, Securities Updates

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