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[PDF] full report: "The Institute for Legal Reform: The U.S. Chamber’s Corporate Conduit"

Author: US Chamber Watch, Published on: 27 October 2011

[provides the names of "independent directors of the Institute for Legal Reform, as reported by the ILR’s 2009 tax returns (the most recent year such data is available)" - who are from the following companies: Kirkland and Ellis LLP; Greenberg Traurig; Honeywell; OdysseyRe; Financial Services Roundtable; Prudential; State Farm; Caterpillar; Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association of America; General Electric; Johnson and Johnson; Walmart; PriceWaterhouseCoopers; Nationwide; Koch Industries; Southern Company; Chevron; American Bankers Association; FedEx; Liberty Mutual; ExxonMobil; American Medical Association; Allstate; The Chubb Corporation; Abbott; JPMorgan Chase; The Travelers; Dow Chemical; Ernst and Young; The Hartford; McDermott Will & Emery; Honeywell; Booz Allen; SkyWest Airlines; Sanofi; Wyeth]

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Related companies: Abbott Laboratories Allstate Booz Allen Hamilton Caterpillar Chevron Chubb Group Dow Chemical ExxonMobil EY (Ernst & Young) FedEx General Electric Hartford Financial Services Honeywell Johnson & Johnson JPMorgan Chase Koch Industries Liberty Mutual McDermott Nationwide Mutual Insurance PricewaterhouseCoopers Prudential Financial Sanofi SkyWest Air Southern Company State Farm Insurance Travelers Walmart Wyeth (part of Pfizer)