The future of the educational market is evolving.
The corporate governance models of 50 years ago are no longer viable for colleges and universities in today’s environment. More collaborative, imaginative and informed thinking is required to capitalize on strategic goals and adapt to increased public scrutiny and demands.
Our clients look to us for innovative, creative and forward thinking solutions.
We are experienced with the confluence of laws and rules that impact corporate governance—from state education law and accreditation standards to industry best practices and the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley. We help our clients avoid the ambiguities that hamper effective operation, advising on internal corporate relationship structures and clarifying the elements of good governance.
We use our cutting-edge perspective and capabilities—from negotiating presidential hiring and terminations, to compensation arrangements and advising on shared governance—to accomplish our client’s goals.
Association of Governing Boards (AGB) Blog | June 07, 2016
Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Higher Education and Nonprofit Organizations teams Mike Cooney authored this column discussing the duty of obedience—a fiduciary duty of board members to ensure that the institution is operating according to its stated purposes in its governing documents.
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