Governance Challenges Arising From “Corporate Cooperation” Concepts

By on June 18, 2015

The current Department of Justice emphasis on “corporate cooperation” in the context of government investigations creates the potential for significant tension to arise between governance and executive leadership, which potential should be recognized and addressed proactively by the board.

Read the full article from Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.

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