The Conference Board Governance Center Blog continues to make its mark felt in the corporate governance blogosphere. We have been named to the LexisNexis Top 25 Blogs for 2010 for its Corporate & Securities Law Community and UCC, Commercial Contracts and Business Law Community.
In the first year of the blog, it has been my pleasure to provide analysis of timely board governance issues, commentaries from prestigious guest bloggers, Q&A’s with some of the top experts and a compilation of such resources as white papers, SEC comment letters, legal briefs and client memos and other corporate governance blogs. For our second year, I plan to expand the breadth of the blog as well as the number of subscribers.
As for the LexisNexis honor, we at the Governance Center are quite proud to be among such blog honorees as James McRitchie’s CorpGov.net, The Corporate Library Blog, Francis G. X. Pileggi’s Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog, and the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance.
We plan on continue to make the Governance Center Blog a must read for all directors and those in the corporate governance space. I just want to thank the team at the Governance Center (Matteo Tonello, director of corporate governance research; Paul DeNicola, director of the Governance Center; Brandi Mathis, center manager; Jaclyn Duran, center program administrator) for all their work committed to the blog. I also want to thank the team over at LexisNexis for this honor.
“The honored blogs contain a wealth of information for the business law community, with timely news items, practical information, expert analysis, tips, frequent postings, and helpful links to other sites,” according to a LexisNexis statement.
However, the voting isn’t over, according to the folks over at LexisNexis. They still need to name the top blog for 2010. The polls are open for Top Business Blog of the Year, with a winner being announced on Nov. 3. You will need to be registered in order to vote. If you haven’t previously registered, follow this link. Registration is free and does not result in sales contacts. Once you are logged in, you can then vote by checking the box next to your favorite business law blog then submitting the results.
For a list of all the blog honorees, click here.