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Panels Examine New Rules on Corporate Governance

Panels Examine New Rules on Corporate Governance
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IN A CONTINUING SERIES of discussions on corporate governance, the Institute of Law and Economics sponsored a roundtable in April on the ramifications of Sarbanes-Oxley. One session featuring Unisys CEO Lawrence A. Weinbach focused on CEOs’ increased responsibility to certify the accuracy of financial reports. There was also a panel discussion on the emergence of the independent directors’ counsel. Presenters included Edward Rock, Saul A. Fox Distinguished Professor of Business Law, with commentary from the Hon. E. Norman Veasey L’57, former chief justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, and Robert C. Clark of Harvard Law School. Perry Golkin W’74, WG’74, L’78, of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Company, served as a commentator for the session on “adjusting the coporate thermostat” in response to recent corporate scandals.
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