Our Corporate Governance Practice Group advises clients not only on the basic intent of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, but on the nuances of related issues, including the applicable regulatory framework, the investment environment and accounting issues. While initially focused on the public sector, the trickle-down implications for closely held, privately owned and not-for-profit entities are significant.
In an era marked by heightened monitoring of corporate activity and financial reporting practices, the need for companies to understand and integrate regulations is critical. In helping clients meet their accountability and fiduciary responsibilities, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek’s skilled attorneys provide sound counsel relating to corporate governance issues such as compliance, corporate governance audit and review, reporting, investigation, fraud detection and administrative proceedings. We assist with developing the composition and procedures of boards of directors and committees; identifying and implementing best practices; the development of board committee charters and codes of conduct; and executive compensation. The Corporate Governance Practice Group draws upon multiple interdisciplinary strengths from within the firm, and works closely with auditing firms with respect to all aspects of corporate governance issues and compliance regulations.