Enhanced Corporate Governance: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises
Blank Rome Partner Frederick D. Lipman published Enhanced Corporate Governance: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises (September 2019, Daniel Publishing LLC), in which he offers an in-depth discussion on the various financial disasters that happened this century to both public and nonprofit organizations—notably Theranos, General Motors, Michigan State University, Lehman Bros., and Enron.
In his book, Fred also provides proactive measures that can be taken by directors and officers to help prevent such financial disasters in the future, particularly recommending that boards and CEOs have a pro-active corporate governance strategy, understand the culture of the organization, pay attention to legitimate whistleblowers, and not over-rely on internal risk and control personnel without independent verification.
Enhanced Corporate Governance: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises is of notable interest and relevance to venture capitalists, private equity firms, directors and officers of public, private, and nonprofit organizations (including university trustees), individual and institutional investors, accountants, and business consultants.
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About the Author
Frederick D. Lipman has written 20 books and more than 50 articles about corporate and securities law, and is an internationally recognized authority on business law. His book, Corporate Governance Best Practices, is suggested or required reading at several universities, and the SEC cited his book, Executive Compensation Best Practices, in changing its public-company proxy statement requirements. His book, Going Public, was ranked among the top 10 business books.
A graduate of Harvard Law School, Fred has lectured at Penn Law School, the Wharton Business School MBA program, and Temple Law School for a combined total of 13 years. He has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox Business, and Chinese television and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and other publications.