The Corporate Bar and Being a Director: A Dialogue with Vice Chancellor Strine and Marty Lipton

Editor’s Note: This post comes to us from John L. Reed of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge. John has previously posted here on his 2006 Corporate Governance Litigation Review.

On November 27, in Boston, Massachusetts, two corporate law icons–Delaware Vice Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr., and Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz partner Marty Lipton–will present their views on the current state of and trends in corporation law, as well as significant areas of concern to all directors in both public and private companies, at an upcoming breakfast event at the Boston Harbor Hotel.

Whether you are interested in director responsibilities in connection with a merger, the courts’ standard of review of director action when it comes to stockholder-voting issues, or corporate responsibility for option-pricing irregularities, this program should prove to be invaluable. Both Vice Chancellor Strine and Marty Lipton are at the forefront of shaping best practices, and they will participate in an extended question-and-answer session you will not want to miss.

This exciting program is being presented by the New England Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors, with the assistance of the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance. Details for the event are available here, and you can register to attend online here.

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  1. James McRitchie
    Posted Tuesday, November 20, 2007 at 1:31 pm | Permalink

    Any chance of pod/webcasting, either during or after? I can’t slip out to Boston that day but an interested.