August 26, 2005
Corporate governance by contract
Sarbanes-Oxley is usually thought of as falling within the ambit of corporate law, not Contract law. But for at least one category of firms, those who do business with the government, SOX can also create contractual problems and leave firms open to damages. Gregory Jacobs of Reed Smith outlines the issues in Sarbanes-Oxley and Government Contracts: What You Need to Know.
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