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PHILADELPHIA—When was the last time you substantively reviewed your company’s operating agreement or bylaws? Perhaps it’s time.
Womble Carlyle attorneys Jill Agro and Kevin Mangan participated in a panel discussion on “Dusting Off Your Corporate Contracts” at the 7th Annual In-House Counsel Conference, presented by the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Greater Philadelphia Delaware Valley Chapter.
The panel advised corporate counsel of some key issues to look for when undertaking this review, including: fee-shifting provisions, forum selection provisions, officer/management titles and duties, waivers, and protections in the event of bankruptcy and other foreseeable corporate complications.
The 7th Annual In-House Counsel Conference took place April 21st in Philadelphia.
Jill Agro is an experienced litigator in Delaware’s renowned Court of Chancery. She litigates and advises on an array of Chancery matters including breaches of fiduciary duties, books and records demands, receivership issues, contract law, and business tort claims. Beyond Chancery, Jill also has extensive experience in all of Delaware’s state and federal courts in cases involving the gamut of issues from constitutional rights to commercial sales subject to the Uniform Commercial Code.
Kevin Mangan counsels creditors, creditors’ committees, debtors and trustees in all stages of bankruptcy litigation including fraudulent conveyances and preference actions, asset sales, claims objections and related litigation, relief from stay proceedings and disclosure statements and confirmation hearings. Mangan represents clients in matters before the Delaware Superior and Chancery Courts as well as the Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.