The newsletter of the ISBA’s Section on Business Advice and Financial Planning
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Newsletter articles from 2008
Corporate governance checklist for small businesses
1.Is the corporation keeping minutes of meetings documenting rationales behind transactions occurring outside of the day-to-day management (i.e. salaries, money transfers, dividends, loans and loan repayments, equipment or land purchases or leases, etc.)?
With the greatest respect for the work of my predecessor as newsletter editor, Mr. William T. Kaplan, I have agreed to take the responsibility of this position.
Encouraging good corporate governance
Aside from drafting Subscription Agreements, Articles of Incorporation, and By-Laws, there is more to advising corporate clients, and particularly small or closely held corporations, with regard to their compliance with corporate formalities.
Supreme Court summaries
A.J. Carlson, Inc. (Carlson), a metalworking corporation, had construction contracts with three governmental entities, which required Carlson to obtain performance bonds.