NEW YORK - Mutual fund companies do not need to worry much about how well their directors are paid or whether they sit on multiple fund boards, said lawyers on a panel exploring "Litigation, Enforcement & Inspections" at a conference sponsored by the Practising Law Institute of New York recently.

However, mutual funds do need to make sure these directors are well informed and are doing their jobs properly, the panelists said.

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