Renewal to The Corporate Counsel
Why You Cannot Afford to be Without Both The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive in the Coming Year
The Latest Developments Impacting All of Your Disclosures:
- With all of the new (and upcoming) SEC rules and Staff interpretations,
companies—and counsel—are in the hot seat.
The upcoming issues of The Corporate Counsel and The Corporate Executive print newsletters will provide critical proxy disclosure guidance and other important guidance to prevent missteps in the critical days ahead.
- This will be the year of change. Because our readers do not want to wait two months between issues, and because most of our readers already subscribe to both The Corporate Executive and The Corporate Counsel, we continue to blur the lines, providing guidance from one issue to the next. There will be no overlap.
You will need both to keep abreast of the ongoing developments and our guidance.
The ongoing guidance you will receive from The Corporate Counsel and
The Corporate Executive during this
challenging year ahead will be worth so much more than the cost of your subscriptions.
How Much Is It? Here are our 2019 rates:
for a single subscription
special rate (for those that also are The Corporate Executive subscribers)
additional copies (to same addressee)
- Online access to over 35 years of Back Issues of The Corporate Counsel – available to those that are subscribers to both TheCorporateCounsel.net
and The Corporate Counsel 1
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