The best corporate attorneys understand litigation and the courtroom. Gilbert PC’s corporate governance attorneys counsel management, executives, members of the board of directors and the board on the corporate governance issues they face, including:

  • Structure of the board and composition
  • Member duties and obligations
  • Business risk management and identification
  • Best practices
  • Foreign corrupt practices inquiries and investigations
  • Acquisition and sale of companies subject to litigation and material litigation risk
  • Protection of business assets
  • Litigation management and risk consulting
  • Government investigations
  • Distressed companies and asset recovery

Corporate Governance and Counseling Attorney in Dallas, TX

We focus on representing growth-oriented, entrepreneurial businesses from start-up to the exit phase. Apart from negotiating and documenting the key transactions, Gilbert PC provides strategic legal advice to the entrepreneurs through each phase of the business. The firm bases its billing practices on the particular needs of the client and nature of the business providing alternatives to traditional hourly billing such as fixed fees, hybrid fees, deferral arrangements, blended rates and equity participation in lieu of fees.

What Is The Role of Counsel in Corporate Governance?

Corporate counsel plays a critical role in advising and guiding the board of directors on corporate governance matters. This includes informing directors of their legal duties and potential liabilities, reviewing corporate policies and transactions for legal compliance risks, investigating issues on behalf of the board, and recommending best governance practices. Counsel also attends board meetings to provide ongoing legal guidance on the company’s governance. They serve as an expert resource for the board on laws and regulations impacting the business.

What Are The Four Roles of Corporate Governance?

Corporate governance serves four primary functions: guidance, accountability, compliance, and transparency. On guidance, the board provides oversight on strategy and direction. For accountability, the board monitors company performance, risks, and accountability to shareholders. Regarding compliance, the board ensures legal, regulatory and policy compliance. Lastly, corporate governance facilitates transparency through accurate financial reporting and disclosures.

Contact Our Dallas, TX Corporate Governance Attorney Today

For companies that need someone to serve as General Counsel but do not wish to fill that role on a full-time basis, Gilbert PC provides part-time General Counsel legal services on a fixed fee basis. These services include managing outside legal counsel on behalf of the client. Contact us today.