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Below I have provided a link to my updated (02172017) Tate’s Excellent Audit Committee Guide. Please use it, and tell other people who would be interested. Best to you, David Tate, Esq., Royse Law Firm, Northern and Southern California, 149 Commonwealth Drive, Ste. 1001, Menlo Park, CA 94025, (650) 813-9700, Extension 233, http://www.rroyselaw.com
Dave Tate, Esq. comments – good for thought – every board and management situation is different anyway – but also, did anyone say that there shouldn’t be or can’t be contrarian views on a board or committee? Look at the business judgment rule – there’s nothing there about all having to agree. One vote per person. My website: http://tateattorney.com.