Corporate Governance Best Practices | Women in the Boardroom

Past in-person event

Corporate Governance Best Practices

Join our experts for an open format conversation on issues affecting board service.

Thanks to Dorsey & Whitney for hosting this event.

Speakers

Howard Brownstein, Steven Khadavi

Date & Time

March 7, 2017
6:00 PM ET

Location

Dorsey & Whitney at 51 West 52nd Street (Between 5th & 6th ) in NYC

Registration for this event is closed.

About the Speakers

Howard Brownstein

President & Founder of The Brownstein Corporation

Howard Brownstein is president and founder of The Brownstein Corporation, a nationally-known turnaround and crisis management firm.  Mr. Brownstein regularly serves as an independent board member, and he currently chairs the nominating & governance and strategic planning & risk assessment committees of P&F Industries (NasdaqGM: PFIN), and he previously chaired the audit committee of LMG2.  He previously was the sole board member of Betsey Johnson LLC, chaired the board audit committee of Special Metals Corp., and served on the board of Magnatrax Corporation.  He also was chairman of the National Philanthropic Trust, and served on the board of a regional bank, a retail department store, and was chairman of a United Way agency.  He has published over seventy articles, books and chapters, on turnaround management and corporate governance.

Steven Khadavi

Partner 
& NYC Office Head at Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Steven Khadavi is a corporate partner and the managing partner of Dorsey’s New York office. He helps both public and private companies and their boards of directors navigate complex securities laws. Steven also counsels investment banks that underwrite or facilitate a variety of financing transactions. In addition, he advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and Sarbanes-­Oxley compliance. Steven has also advised Israeli clients operating in the U.S. and companies and investors doing business in Israel. Steven is co­-chair of Dorsey’s Capital Markets and Corporate Compliance practice group, as well as Dorsey’s Israel practice group.

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