Protection for volunteers: Remember the business judgment rule

Association directors are unpaid, serving their neighbors as volunteers – is it fair that they can be sued for the decisions they make? The Business Judgment Rule (“BJR” for brevity) is the first thing all directors should learn, but well-meaning directors unwittingly stray beyond its protection.    Read the article…………….


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