How Important is D&O Insurance? Can Your Board Do Without It?

Can your board afford to go without D&O?
Directors and Officers (more commonly called D&O) insurance protects individual board members from paying out-of-pocket for legal expenses resulting from good-faith decisions they make in the course of carrying out their duties. Here, an insurance pro spells out the risks of not carrying D&O protection. 

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