by Michael Fox
Last Friday was the first anniversary of Sarbanes Oxley legislation, at least the day Congress passed it. S-O was a major rewrite of corporate governance laws, but also included significant employment law aspects. It was easy to forget the day of its passage since the corporate scandals have been crowded off the front page of the paper. According to the Chicago Tribune story the authors of the legislation are happy with progress but still believe that much work needs to be done to complete the job. We can celebrate the signing of the legislation this Wednesday.