Corporate Governance Resources for the General Counsel

Corporate Governance Resources for the General Counsel

In today’s economic and regulatory environment, healthcare corporations and their leadership face a host of legal and reputational challenges that must be addressed strategically and proactively. The Governing Health thought leadership series, delivered by McDermott governance partner Michael W. Peregrine, provides engaging, issue-based resources on the risk areas corporations face and how the general counsel’s office and the board can address them.



Michael Peregrine on the AHLA Speaking of Health Law Podcast

Michael Peregrine join the American Health Law Association (AHLA) Speaking of Health Law Podcast to share his insights on corporate governance in healthcare and board of directors responsibilities.

Health Care Corporate Governance: Guidelines for Board Decision-Making Regarding Major Transactions

Health Care Corporate Governance: Board’s Oversight of the Corporate Legal Function

Top Considerations for Health Care Board Compensation Committees

Top Healthcare Developments of 2023

Key Principles of Health Care Board Committee Practice

checklists and committee insights

Key Governance Provisions in New HHS OIG Compliance Program Guidance

Renewed DOJ Emphasis on Compensation Compliance Connection

NACD Calls for Explicit use of Culture to Drive Board Excellence

Interlocking Boards and the Intersection of Antitrust and Governance Laws

Fundamental Considerations: Nonprofit Board Oversight of M&A Transactions

Proposed New Hart/Scott/Rodino Rules Have Major Impact on Board Oversight of Strategic Transactions


The Conflicts of Interest “Puzzle:” Key Guidelines for General Counsel

In the first of a three-part video series on conflicts of interest challenges, Michael Peregrine explores how a continuing, sensitive responsibility of the general counsel is supporting the directors and officers’ conflicts of interest disclosure and resolution process. This responsibility is made particularly challenging because the conflicts analysis resembles a “puzzle” of multiple different legal factors that must be carefully “assembled” before reaching a conclusion. Watch this brief seven minute video now!

The Sobering Stance of Hospital Finance

Fiduciary Engagement in AI Innovation: A Governance Imperative

Corporate Leadership and Social Justice


Michael Peregrine

     Partner | Chicago

Michael W. Peregrine represents corporations, their boards of directors, and individual directors and officers in connection with the full range of governance, fiduciary duty, director liability and leadership issues. Much of Michael’s practice involves advising boards of directors on matters of sensitivity and controversy, often in connection with corporate and fiduciary crises. He is recognized as one of the leading national corporate governance counselors and is a respected interpreter of the law of fiduciary duties.


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