The Temple Law Review and the Center for Compliance and Ethics will host a symposium honoring the 21st anniversary of the Delaware Chancery Court’s transformative decision In re Caremark Int’l Inc. Derivative Litig. Caremark is widely cited for the proposition that corporate directors have a “duty of oversight” for a corporation’s management and activities. Although the character, scope, and liability implications of this duty are far from clear, it has become a staple of discussions about corporate governance and the emerging body of thought and practice on corporate compliance. Leading scholars and practitioners will assess:
- Caremark’s impact on the development of corporate compliance, and how its contribution interacts with other drivers of the “compliance movement.”
- The future of Caremark and corporate compliance in a rapidly changing regulatory environment in the United States and globally.
- The legacy and future of Caremark’s impact on boards, lawyers, and the development of compliance as a profession.
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- Myron Steele, former Chief Justice of Delaware Supreme Court
- Alan Cohen, Senior Advisor, Goldman Sachs
- James Fanto, Gerald Baylin Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
- Claire Hill, James L. Krusemark, Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School
- Donald C. Langevoort, Thomas Aquinas Reynolds Professor of Law, Georgetown Law School
- Paul McGreal, Dean and Professor of Law, Creighton University School of Law
October 26, 2017
For additional information and to register to attend, please follow this link.