The National Association of Corporate Directors recognized Joseph A. Grundfest ’78, W.A. Franke Professor of Law and Business, and F. Daniel Siciliano ’04, senior lecturer in law and associate dean for executive education and special programs, again in the 2010 “Directorship 100” list of the most influential people in the boardroom. In the report on honorees, Grundfest was called out as “one of the most influential attorneys in the United States” and recognized for his expertise in capital markets, corporate governance, and securities litigation and his work in founding the Stanford Securities Class Action Clearinghouse, which provides an online source of information regarding federal class action securities litigation. The report also recognized Siciliano, who is the faculty director for the Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance and co-director of Stanford Law School’s Directors’ College, for his scholarship, entrepreneurship, and expertise in corporate governance, finance and immigration law.

1 Response to Grundfest and Siciliano Recognized in Directorship 100
  1. I am very impressed by the achievements that Joseph A. Grundfest has made throughout the years. He is such a remarkable role model and I cannot help but try to emulate him. The United States needs people like him nowadays for inspiration. I would like to commend him for being cited as one of the most influential attorneys in the United States.

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