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NEW YORK–Directors and officers insurers will see lower levels of claims payouts if they get behind the idea of having boards of directors talk directly to shareholders about questions before them, an expert suggested here.

Ira Millstein, senior associate dean for corporate governance at the Yale School of Management and a senior partner for Weil, Gotshal & Manges, made his plea on Tuesday during a luncheon address at the 2007 Standard & Poor’s Insurance Conference.

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