Puffery or Not? Courts Examine Corporate Codes of Conduct

New York Law Journal

"Although a number of federal courts have found code of conduct statements to be non-actionable puffery, given the uncertainty in the face of the novel coronavirus pandemic, public companies should review their codes of conduct and revise them if necessary to mitigate litigation risk."

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