ALTHOUGH THERE HAS BEEN a lot of buzz about the Sarbanes-Oxley act over the last couple of years, in reality, many meeting planners are finding the act to be nothing more than a minor disruption. “It's a big, scary word attached to a lot of common sense and a lot of mumbo jumbo that takes a lawyer to interpret,” says Cheryl Geib, national travel and meetings manager at Chicago-based accounting firm Grant Thornton, which counsels companies on how to comply with the act. Sarbanes-Oxley was ...

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