- Harvard Law School
Frederick D. Lipman is the Chairman Emeritus and immediate past President of the Association of Audit Committee Members, Inc. He has also been a partner at Blank Rome LLP, a national law firm, for more than 50 years.Mr. Lipman is the author of Corporate Governance Best Practices (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2006), Executive Compensation Best Practices (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008) and Whistleblowers: Incentives, Disincentives and Protective Strategies (John Wiley & sons, Inc. 2012). He is also the lead author of Audit Committees, published by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington, D.C., which is the most comprehensive treatment of this subject currently published and is used by attorneys nationally who advise public company audit committees.
Mr. Lipman has taught corporate finance, accounting and securities law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School for 10 years and has taught for five years in the MBA program at the Wharton School of Business.
Mr. Lipman has appeared on CNBC, CNN, the Bloomberg network and Chinese television as a commentator on business topics and has lectured in China, India and Thailand.
He is the author of twelve books, including those mentioned above. Mr. Lipman graduated from Harvard Law School.