Dunn to Participate in Director's Roundtable on Key Issues Facing Boards of DirectorsAugust 19, 2009
Directors, C-Suite Executives and General Counsel in every industry are concerned about recent initiatives in federal securities regulation, risk management and fiduciary liability. Drawing on their respective experiences at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission; major international accounting, business and risk consulting firms; specialty insurance operations; and private law practice; these Distinguished Speakers will address: (1) proposed and recently adopted federal securities regulations that will directly impact public company Boards and executives; (2) the roles and duties of Boards and their advisors and the reports they should seek; and (3) liability, indemnification and insurance issues in the context of risk management.
In addition to Marty, other panelists include Sue Erhart, Partner, Keating Muething & Klekamp LLP, Mark Reuter, Partner, Keating Muething & Klekamp LLP, Mark Weiss, Partner, Keating Muething & Klekamp LLP, Daniel Fagin, Managing Director, Protiviti, Inc., Kevin Gadbois, Executive Vice President, Great American Insurance Company and Stephen Wagner, Former Managing Partner (retired May 2009) of Deloitte LLP’s Center for Corporate Governance.
The Directors Roundtable is a civic group that organizes worldwide programming for directors and their advisors.
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