Corporate Board Member Magazine publishes “Questioning the Duty of Loyalty”

Corporate Board Member Magazine published an article by George Tetler in its Q3 2016 issue examining the scope of a corporate director’s duties to his or her company in light of the recent controversy regarding a Facebook director’s indirect funding of a lawsuit against the now-defunct blog, Gawker.

You can read “Questioning the Duty of Loyalty” here.

Reprinted with permission of Corporate Board Member Magazine.

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George W. Tetler III

With over 40 years of business and finance law experience, George Tetler has earned a highly regarded reputation as a business lawyer structuring efficient, sophisticated deals.  Businesses, boards of directors and real estate entities throughout New England and well beyond seek George’s help with business planning and transactions, primarily mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations and restructurings in various industry sectors.  In addition, he often represents corporate, non-profit, educational, healthcare and financial institutions in complex financings and other capital structures.  These include seven-to-nine-figure asset-based and mortgage financing, project and construction financing, bond financing and credit enhancement.

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With over 40 years of business and finance law experience, George Tetler has earned a highly regarded reputation as a business lawyer structuring efficient, sophisticated deals.  Businesses, boards of directors and real estate entities throughout New England and well beyond seek George’s help with business planning and transactions, primarily mergers, acquisitions, reorganizations and restructurings in various industry sectors.  In addition, he often represents corporate, non-profit, educational, healthcare and financial institutions in complex financings and other capital structures.  These include seven-to-nine-figure asset-based and mortgage financing, project and construction financing, bond financing and credit enhancement.

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