Nyemaster Goode regularly advises boards of directors of public and private companies of all sizes regarding fiduciary duties, the implications and obligations of Sarbanes-Oxley, disclosure obligations, audit and compensation committee responsibilities and duties, day-to-day internal governance issues, insider trading compliance, shareholder relations, charters and bylaws, voting agreements, capital structure, executive compensation issues, director and officer indemnification and insurance coverage issues, confidentiality issues, fairness opinions, and termination of employees. The breadth and depth of our practice areas enable our attorneys to respond quickly and authoritatively on all aspects of corporate governance issues.
Advise the boards of directors of publicly held companies with respect to their fiduciary duties in connection with the sale of companies.
Provide ongoing advice to publicly held insurance holding company regarding Sarbanes-Oxley matters.
Provide ongoing counsel to publicly held insurance holding company’s Audit and Compensation Committees.
Provide ongoing advice to publicly held insurance holding company regarding ’34 Act requirements.
Provide ongoing advice to publicly held insurance holding company regarding stock incentive plan design and administration.
Provide ongoing advice to an ethanol company and telecommunications company regarding ’34 Act requirements.
Design and implement corporate governance procedures and policies to comply with the requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley, NASDAQ, and the NYSE.
Represent publicly held bank holding company on corporate and securities matters, including counseling on Sarbanes-Oxley matters.
Advise boards of directors of various companies concerning their duty of care, duty of loyalty, independence, fiduciary duties, and directors and officers insurance.