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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance


Contact: David L. Kyger
Overview

Corporate clients often face complex and high-risk situations, which require sophisticated legal counsel to help navigate the evolving laws and regulations regarding corporate governance.  Our attorneys serve as strategic business advisors, taking a proactive approach in helping clients solve complex legal issues and develop strategies for corporate governance matters.  We also serve as experienced crisis counselors to boards of directors, board committees, and senior executives of public and private companies.

We counsel on a wide array of corporate governance matters, including:

  • Structuring boards and committees
  • Drafting charter and bylaw provisions
  • Standards of conduct and codes of ethics
  • Duties of independent board chair or independent lead director
  • Senior executive and director succession planning
  • Board members' fiduciary duties regarding mergers, acquisitions and financings, and relevant contractual provisions
  • Crisis management and risk management
  • Senior executive and director compensation policies and planning
  • Drafting, implementing and enforcing corporate governance policies and procedures
  • Nominating and removing directors and officers
  • Conducting investigations
  • Representation of boards and board committees
Professionals

Attorneys

NAME TITLE LOCATION CONTACT
Partner
(336) 378-5438
Associate
(864) 751-7626
Partner
(704) 384-2650
Partner
(336) 378-5314
Partner
(919) 755-8819
Partner
(864) 751-7654
Associate
(864) 751-7614
Partner, Non-Profit Industry Leader
(336) 378-5551
Partner, Education Industry Leader
(336) 378-5331
Partner, Banking & Financial Services Co-Leader
(864) 751-7694
Partner, Real Estate Leader
(864) 751-7619
Partner in Charge
(864) 751-7687
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