Centre Law & Consulting partner David Warner was quoted in a March 4, 2016 CEO Update article on “What to Do When a Board Member Becomes a Troublemaker.”
In the article, Warner discuses how to handle board members that can undermine a CEO’s authority or potentially cause legal trouble. “If you have strong language that makes it clear that the CEO is responsible for all employment matters or the management of staff, oftentimes that is sufficient to have a side discussion with the board member to say ‘I appreciate your concern. We’ll be reporting to the board what is going on, but understand this is my role and I am entitled to make these types of decisions.'”
David Warner is a seasoned counselor and advocate with nearly twenty years of experience in the resolution and litigation of complex employment and business disputes.