ORANGE COUNTY, March 25, 2019: Morgan Lewis partner Chris Cox was honored by the Forum for Corporate Directors as a Director of the Year for Corporate Governance. The awards, which have spanned more than two decades, recognize those “who have made outstanding contributions to corporate governance.”
Chris advises global companies on strategic issues, corporate governance, securities regulation, and general business matters worldwide. He focuses on matters involving federal and state governments, cross-border investment, homeland security, and multistate litigation. During a 23-year career in Washington, DC, Chris served as a White House counsel to President Ronald Reagan, chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, and chairman of the Homeland Security Committee in the US House of Representatives, and he was the fifth-ranking elected leader in the House.
The Forum for Corporate Directors addresses current business and board topics through year-round programs, director interaction with recognized experts, and thought leadership offering practical insights. The organization’s mission is to enhance boardroom effectiveness by creating a forum for collaboration among directors, executives, and advisors to the board. It was founded in 1991 and is based in southern California.