In this episode of the Above Board podcast, San Francisco-based securities litigation partner Mark R.S. Foster describes an issue that more and more boards are facing: how to best manage inspection demands from shareholders. Which shareholders can make these demands, which are expensive and risky for the recipient company? Can shareholders make the demand for any reason? What are the best practices for responding to an inspection demand?
In this episode of Above Board, Morrison & Foerster partner Dave Lynn speaks with James Koukios and Chuck Duross, heads of the firm’s FCPA and Global Anti-corruption practice, about the Department of Justice’s revised guidance on the evaluation of corporate compliance programs.
In this episode of the Above Board podcast, Morrison & Foerster partner Dave Lynn speaks with Miriam Wugmeister, co-chair of MoFo’s preeminent Global Privacy and Data Security Group, and John Carlin, chair of the firm’s Global Risk and Crisis Management practice group, about directors’ roles in maintaining their companies’ cybersecurity, and mitigating the damage caused by a cybersecurity incident.
In this episode of the Above Board podcast, Dave Lynn, a Washington, D.C.-based partner at Morrison & Foerster, speaks with Jackie Liu and Alexa Belonick, partners based in the firm’s San Francisco office, about a law requiring companies headquartered in California to have a certain number of board members from underrepresented communities.