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the association is then left without any continuity and if the by-laws have not been updated and changes memorialized, the association will end up spending far more in reaching compliance.
The practice of “backdating” stock option grants has recently captured the attention of regulators, prosecutors, the plaintiffs’ bar, shareholders and the media.
few understand the breadth of liabilities, their personal risk, and the potential remedies.