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...graduated from Bowdoin College and received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, particularly credits collective bargaining with making the MLBPA strong and enabling baseball...
...old Townsend earned his B.A. at Trinity College, Hartford, and graduated from the Albany Law School of Union University in 1971. ...
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How BNY Mellon's legal team helped the bank weather last fall's financial meltdown
The market meltdown saw 22 banks outright fail, but through it all, several major banks stood tall, and perhaps none taller than BNY Mellon. The bank ended the third quarter of 2008 with a profit of
Nonprofits are waking up to the reality that they'll soon need to heed the same Sarbanes-Oxley governance rules that apply to for-profit companies
The nonprofit world greeted the passage of Sarbanes-Oxley two years agolargely with relief that the corporate governance law did not apply tothem. But in the wake of scandals at The Nature Conservanc
In the wake of scandals at The Nature Conservancy and the James Beard Foundation, more and more nonprofit GCs are implementing SOX-like practices. Says one nonprofit taxation and governance expert: "
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