February 19, 2020

Suzanne M. Dugan, Leader of Cohen Milstein’s Ethics & Fiduciary Counseling practice, has been invited to speak at the National Association of Public Pension Attorneys (NAPPA) 2020 Winter Seminar at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel in Tempe, AZ.

Ms. Dugan’s panel program, entitled “Fiduciary Implications of Corporate Principles,” focuses on the implications of the Business Roundtable’s August 2019 “Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation,” which emphasizes that corporate leaders should balance the needs of shareholders with customers, employees, suppliers, and local communities.

Ms. Dugan’s panel will consider what the principles from this statement mean for public pension plans as institutional investors from the perspective of fiduciary duty.

More information on the NAPPA 2020 Winter Seminar can be found here.