The Center for Corporate Governance at the New York County Lawyers Association
NYCLA’s Center for Corporate Governance is dedicated to educating legal practitioners, their clients and others with an interest in corporate governance, in the best practices for corporations, their officers and in particular, their boards. The principles of corporate governance are evolving and in recent years quite quickly. Officers and board members need to be aware of their responsibilities and duties as the legal and practical landscape of what is acceptable and unacceptable conduct for boards and officers changes.
Many legal practitioners have clients who are among those who have such duties and responsibilities and counsel must continue to educate themselves to be able to advise those clients. The Center for Corporate Governance and NYCLA has decided it is important for them to play a key role in this process not only with their members, but also in the legal community in the greater New York area.
While The Center and NYCLA recognize that there are other outstanding organizations playing a role in bettering Corporate Governance, we intend to work with a number of them to advance the goal of increasing the understanding of good Corporate Governance. The process of coordinating with various groups including universities, industry groups, foundations, and non-profit and for profit entities has already begun.
The Center’s inaugural program was The Significance of Recent Developments in Delaware Corporate Governance Law and What Practitioners and Their Clients Need to Know. More programs are planned for 2017.
For more information please contact Greg Markel, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP,
and Chairman of the Center for Corporate Governance at the New York County Lawyers Association.
Mr. Markel can be reached at email@example.com.