For quite some time now, the perils of directors serving on too many boards – known as “overboarding” – have been well known and frowned upon. Directors serving on too many boards tend to have limited time available to focus properly on the tasks at hand. Some – or all – of the entities for
Christopher Wassman has experience counseling publicly traded and privately held companies on a variety of corporate issues, including governance, securities law compliance, financings, and mergers and acquisitions. He regularly represents issuers and underwriters across a broad range of industries in a variety of capital markets transactions, including IPOs, equity and debt offerings, and tender offers.
While attending Georgetown University Law Center, Christopher interned at the Division of Enforcement at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Deborah A. Robinson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
As many companies are in the midst of preparing – and filing – proxy statements for their upcoming annual meetings, some may be overlooking a recent form change. One result of the SEC’s revised filing fee disclosure rules that became effective a few months ago – on January 31st – is that the cover page…