Culhane Meadows uses its comprehensive understanding of the obligations owed by officers and directors and applicable laws governing those responsibilities to provide exceptional counsel in counseling directors and officers of public and private corporations, not-for-profit organizations and family-owned businesses.
Directors and officers of companies feel increasing pressure by stakeholders who closely scrutinize every management decision and action. Liability lawsuits brought by shareholders and others against directors and officers can be extremely costly and threaten the reputations of both the company and the individuals . Directors and officers are also increasingly the target of criminal and other governmental investigations and actions. Directors and officers can be personally sued by shareholders, partners, board members, creditors, employees, customers, vendors and competitors for a variety of reasons.
We offer clients a wealth of experience in these matters, including fiduciary matters, presentations to boards of directors and trustees, claims analysis, recommendation and defense of errors, omissions and misstatements, and claims analysis and defense in the context of mergers, acquisitions and other corporate transactions.
Culhane Meadows has extensive experience counseling directors and officers of public and private corporations, not-for-profit organizations and family-owned businesses concerning potential claims arising from alleged improper acts in the discharge of their duties and management decisions. Our lawyers have a comprehensive understanding of the obligations owed by officers and directors as well as the applicable laws governing those responsibilities.
We advise clients concerning a wide range of legal issues, including
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Breach of duty of loyalty
- Insider trading
- Shareholder derivative suits
- Sarbanes-Oxley issues