Corporate & Securities

Corporate Governance

Nearly every aspect of a corporation’s relationship with its officers, directors, shareholders, and auditors is subject to scrutiny today. The demands and risks of committee and board service have increased as the number and complexity of regulations have grown. Staying abreast of the ever-changing landscape of rules and best practices in this area has never been more critical.  

Mintz Levin has represented companies as well as provided separate representation to boards, individual directors, and committees for decades. Our attorneys are well-versed in providing strategic counseling on the many aspects of corporate governance as well as advising on insurance, risk management, and litigation matters. We can help companies, boards, and committees navigate these increasingly complex issues and ensure your compliance with the myriad of rules and best practices. We are experienced in helping companies adapt to reforms, such as the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, other state and federal regulations and initiatives, the requirements of stock exchanges, and the demands of institutional investors.

Areas of Focus

  • Anti-fraud and employment
  • Board and committee oversight and policies
  • Counsel to outside directors, including audit, compensation, nominating, and risk committees
  • Federal and state required compliance programs
  • Insurance and risk management
  • Internal corporate investigations
  • Internal investigations
  • International transaction requirements
  • Labor and benefit compliance
  • Legal audits
  • Litigation
  • Privacy and data security
  • Public company disclosure and reporting
  • SEC inquiries
  • Training and assessment programs

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