A list of ACC legal resources related to each session presented at the Mini MBA Business Education course at Boston University.
This is a sample sponsorship and related benefits agreement.
This is a sample joint venture agreement between corporations.
This is a sample escrow agreement where Depositor and Realty entered into a joint venture agreement.
This is a sample limited liability operating agreement.
This is a sample non-compete agreement involving a company's merger.
This checklist outlines some exemplary laws and regulations that should at least be considered as potentially relevant when formulating corporate IG policies and programs.
Waiting for litigation to occur can be both risky and expensive – especially for companies with high litigation profiles. Because of their urgency, responding to discovery and placing legal holds can disrupt business operations and consume available resources, making it hard for a company to get out of the reactive discovery mindset. Instead of waiting for discovery requests to appear, organizations in the Untied States need to anticipate and prepare for future litigation requirements.
This is a sample records retention schedule with citations.
This is a sample form 990 disclosure questionnaire for Board of Directors.
This list of best practices provides a beginning framework for maintaining an inclusive, non-discriminatory work environment.
This is a sample information governance manager/records manager job description.
This is a sample questionnaire for executive officers to develop and verify information in connection with the preparation of Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for 2016 and its Proxy Statement for the 2017 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, both of which must be filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”).
Due Diligence Request List for M&A Transaction
Hear directly from audit committee members about their take on topics that matter to compliance officers and general counsel, such as: their approach to risk (i.e., what keeps them up at night?); compliance issues they wish to have more visibility into; Board trends and compliance savvy (What has changed over time? Why?); preferred methods of reporting and tips for making more strategic board reports; the compliance officer’s role in protecting board members from personal liability; and desired non-legal skill sets that set top-notch compliance professionals apart from their peers.
This is a sample model release of information of minor consent form.
This is a very basic, plain-English set of bylaws for an Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(6)-type organization, i.e., a trade association or professional society or similar.
This is a very basic, plain-English set of Articles for an Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(6)-type organization, i.e., a trade association or professional society or similar.
This sample or model is a very basic version of an agreement with, or charter for, a chapter or affiliate.
This is a sample non-compete agreement between a company and employee where the company is involved in a merger.
This sample provides step by step instructions when setting up the protection of personal data in a new context of risk.
The purposes of the Company are to engage in any lawful business, acts and activities that may be carried on by a limited liability company, except for the business of banking, insurance, or the trust company business.
This is a sample data map example showing data map system table fields.
This article discusses how the Data Classification Standard (DCS) will specify security controls for identified activities that could potentially affect the confidentiality, integrity, or availability of the documents or data.
This is a sample layout for minutes of a board of directors meeting.
This primer is a a guide for volunteer directors of charities, cause organizations, trade nonprofit organizations, professional societies and other nonprofit organizations.
Why do corporations lose in high-stakes litigation before juries? A number of factors may be to blame—including plaintiffs portraying corporations as uncaring monsters long before any parties set foot in the courtroom. For many years now, the Plaintiffs’ Bar has used litigation tactics consistent with the “Reptile Theory” to gain an advantage in the litigation and influence the ultimate outcome in the courtroom. In this presentation, we will address ways to combat these tactics by transforming the perception of the company from the inception of the case in the United States.