This week, we’re speaking with Susan Kushneryk about some of the most high-profile issues in the area of corporate governance.
Topics: Rogers and other family-run corporations; diversity on corporate boards; shareholder democracy; and our Ask-Me-Anything Segment.
⚫ What are the practical takeaways from recent high-profile litigation matters involving large family-run corporations? (7:17) ⚫ What are the legal considerations related to diversity on corporate boards? (17:25) ⚫ How might the new CBCA amendments enhance greater shareholder democracy? (27:22) ⚫ Our Ask-Me-Anything segment, featuring questions submitted by patrons of the Lawyered community (35:52) 🔵 What are things that lawyers can do to facilitate succession planning in a corporate governance framework? (36:23) 🔵 Are there any situations in which a corporate director can be removed based on misconduct? (39:29) 🔵 What does it mean for a corporate director to owe a fiduciary duty in their roles? (43:10) 🔵 Are there situations in which geopolitics (e.g. Russia) can impact the governance operations of a company and, if so, how? (45:35) 🔵 What impacts have the pandemic had in terms of the dynamics of shareholders and corporate boards? (51:08)
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