Type: News
Date: 08/02/2017

Nealis to Present at NBI Seminar “A Primer on Advising Directors and Officers on Corporate Governance”

Taft partner Peter S. Nealis will be a guest faculty presenter at the NBI seminar “A Primer on Advising Directors and Officers on Corporate Governance,” which will take place on Sept. 19 from 8:30 a.m.-4:40 p.m. at the Hyatt Place Tampa Airport/Westshore at 4811 West Main Street in Tampa, Fla. The seminar will benefit attorneys, directors, officers, managers, presidents and vice presidents, accountants and paralegals. It will cover the “nuts and bolts” of director and officer liability, as directors and officers need to ensure their governance and management practices leave no room for legal or financial error and effectively advance an organization's purpose.

Nealis will present three of the eight tracks:

1. Additional Powers, Responsibilities, Duties and Roles

  • The Powers of Directors and Officers
  • Understanding Roles and Duties
  • Responsibilities of Directors and Officers
  • Implementing Best Practices
  • Tips for Officers in Discharging Duties
  • Consequences of a Breach

2. Fundamentals of Nonprofit Governance

  • Defining Corporate Governance
  • Nonprofit Bylaws: Best Practices and Requirements
  • Governing Through the Lifecycle of an Organization
  • Understanding the Connection Between Mission and Governance
  • Understanding Roles – Governance vs. Management
  • Fiduciary Duties of Board Members
  • Dealing with Conflicts of Interest

3. Federal Law, State Law, Regulatory Update and Case Law

  • Federal Laws (Sarbanes-Oxley Act, etc.)
  • State Laws
  • Critical Case Law Update
  • Regulatory Update
  • IRS Initiatives

The seminar will award 8.0 OH CLE and CPE credits. For more information and to register for this seminar, visit NBI.

About NBI
A trusted provider of continuing legal education and training since 1983, National Business Institute (“NBI”) is dedicated to providing practical, skill-based CLE seminars and online CLE courses that apply to the daily work of professionals. From national webcasts to in-person seminars, it offers the full gamut of training formats for continuing legal education preferences.

In This Article

You May Also Like