Here’s the results from our recent survey on codes of conduct:
1. At our company, we require “code of conduct” certifications from:
– All employees – 73%
– All Section 16 officers – 0%
– Different subset of employees – 27%
2. At our company, we typically obtain “code of conduct” certifications from this percentage of the employees that are required to submit one:
– 100% – 59%
– Over 90% – 35%
– Over 75% – 6%
– Below 75% – 0%
3. At our company, we require “code of conduct” certifications from our directors:
– Yes – 41%
– No – 59%
Please take a moment to participate anonymously in these surveys:
– “Quick Survey on Board Approval of Form 10-K”
– “Quick Survey on Comp Committee Minutes & Consultants”
May-June Issue: Deal Lawyers Print Newsletter
– Tax Reform: Transaction Strategies for Uncertain Times
– Coming to Grips With Appraisal
– Purchase Price Adjustments for Tax Benefits
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