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 parent guarantee agreement between a parent guarantor and a trustee guarantee.
This is a sample form of guarantee agreement between a company and a financial institution.
This is a sample general guarantee agreement between three corporations specific to the states of Delaware, New York and Utah.
This is a sample guarantee agreement between a guarantor and a guarantee trustee.
This is a sample promissory note between maker and payee corporations.
This is a sample convertible promissory note where the borrower is a Nevada based corporation.
This is sample second amended and restated non-negotiable promissory note.
This is a sample organizational board consent for the stat of Delaware.
This is a sample guarantee agreement.
This is a sample guarantee agreement between a guarantor and a bank as trustee.
This is a sample secured promissory note where the financial institution is based in Colorado.
This is a sample guarantee agreement between a Delaware company and a banking corporation.
This is a sample guarantee agreement by and between a company as guarantor and a bank as guarantee trustee.
This is a sample tuition loan agreement with promise to repay under certain circumstances.
This checklist includes key considerations regarding the U.S. New Partnership Audit Rules and their implications for the energy sector.
This is a sample form of note where the borrower is a Delaware based corporation.
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”).
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.