"1/2 Price for Rest of '19" Renewal to TheCorporateCounsel.net

Many practitioners like you have come to rely upon TheCorporateCounsel.net to provide a wealth of practical information. As so many can attest, TheCorporateCounsel.net has become the "one-stop" resource for the corporate and securities laws, corporate governance practices and accounting standards.

In these challenging times, TheCorporateCounsel.net has become an essential resource to navigate today's troubled waters of unprecedented levels of change. As we undoubtedly face major changes as the SEC provides interpretative guidance to its spate of recent rulemaking, having the practical guidance in TheCorporateCounsel.net will continue to be essential!

Here are our 2019 rates: (Special "1/2 Price for Rest of '19")

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To remind you how valuable TheCorporateCounsel.net is to your practice, here are "Twelve Good Reasons" why you need to renew today. If you have any questions, please email us at info@thecorporatecounsel.net or call us at 512.485.1288. Please note that all subscriptions are on a calendar year basis.

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