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CNA - Tips for lawyers serving on boards

Cna logoServing as a board member can be mutually beneficial for the lawyer and the corporate entity. Lawyers contemplating board service must weigh the potential benefits against the risks. The potential for conflicts of interest exists. Lawyer-directors need to protect themselves from the heightened risk of liability. 

Download this month’s Professional Counsel to learn more about the risks that come with serving on boards along with tips to mitigate those risks.

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