More Work for Counsel: Ratting on Colleagues

October 30, 2002 Published Work
Reprinted with permission from The Connecticut Law Tribune

Recent corporate scandals have resulted in increased scrutiny of corporate business practices. Congress and regulators have responded to a perceived crisis in the business community not only by changing the obligations of accountants, CEOs, CFOs, audit committees and boards of directors, but also by placing new obligations on corporate counsel.

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