What specific requirements are placed upon the board of directors, committees of the board of directors and individual directors of a benefit corporation?
Pursuant to NRS 78B.150, the board of directors, committees of the board of directors and individual directors of a benefit corporation in discharging the duties of their respective positions and in consideration of the best interests of the benefit corporation, must consider the impacts of any action or inaction upon:
(a) The shareholders of the benefit corporation.
(b) The employees and workforce of the benefit corporation
and its subsidiaries and suppliers.
(c) The interests of customers of the benefit corporation as beneficiaries of the general public benefit purpose or any specific public benefit purpose of the benefit corporation.
(d) Community and societal factors, including, without limitation, factors in the community in which offices or facilities of the benefit corporation or its subsidiaries or suppliers are located.
(e) The local and global environment.
(f) The short-term and long-term interests of the benefit corporation, including, without limitation, benefits that may accrue to the benefit corporation from its long-term plans and the possibility that those interests may be best served by control of the benefit corporation remaining unchanged.
(g) The ability of the benefit corporation to accomplish its general public benefit purpose and any specific public benefit purpose.
They may also consider:
(a) The resources, intent and conduct, including, without limitation, the past, stated and potential conduct, of any person seeking to acquire control of the benefit corporation.
(b) Any other pertinent factors or the interests of any other person or group.