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hCUE Offers Corporate Secretaries An Online Resource For Measurable Corporate Governance

New Product From CT Corporation Combines Intelligent Web-Based Tools With Authoritative Information and Content From CCH INCORPORATED

(NEW YORK, NY July 21, 2002) – Corporate secretaries and their associates now have a Web-based resource that will aid them in managing and controlling their many corporate governance responsibilities. CT Corporation, the leading corporate legal services provider, announced today the launch of hCue (, a tool designed to help corporate governance professionals improve their internal corporate monitoring capabilities.

"The corporate secretary’s vital role in enhancing both long term value for shareholders and the financial viability of the business has never been so clear. In our market research, corporate secretaries told us that their greatest need was for a corporate governance tool that helps them ensure that their system of checks and balances is working," said Cherie Hernandez, Senior Product Manager. "By promoting corporate transparency and accountability, hCue helps them do just that."

As experts in compliance matters, CT Corporation integrated content from sister companies CCH INCORPORATED and Aspen Publishers into its product design, including the highly regarded Corporate Secretary’s Guide published by CCH. The result is a unique workspace for corporate governance professionals – one that brings together both intelligent, interactive tools with authoritative information on regulatory and statutory law and best practices. "This combination of resources from the most trusted providers is a great benefit to our customers," said John Kelly, Vice President, Sales and Marketing.

With corporate records information, tools and current information housed in one, convenient Web-based workspace, hCue gives corporate secretaries a centralized source with which they can increase their effectiveness in managing corporate disclosure, accountants’ oversight, and insider transaction reporting.

Highlights of hCue’s functionality include:

  • Compliance aids that automatically cue users to filing dates, board meetings and other critical deadlines, and help them manage and track information on corporate structure, key personnel, meetings and minute books. These include fully interactive calendars, checklists and to do lists, communication and collaboration tools, and SEC tracking tools.
  • A library of up-to-date reference material on corporate governance best practices and regulatory and statutory law supplied by CCH INCORPORATED and Aspen Publishers. This library is indexed and annotated. Topical alerts and notifications on regulatory changes are also posted on users’ personalized "My hCue" home page, keeping them abreast of important changes as they occur.
  • A knowledge repository that helps the entire corporate governance team use consistent information about corporate structure, subsidiaries, entities, ownership structure, management and more. Users build their corporate structure data once and have a reusable, searchable knowledge base to facilitate their subsequent corporate filing and reporting activities.

"In an age of more stringent standards of accountability and tighter disclosure requirements, hCue is a valuable tool that gives the corporate secretary’s office more transparency," said Gene Landoe, President and CEO, CCH Legal Information Services. "For example, they will be able to more easily see and avert potential corporate governance risks before they become conflicts of interest or other problems."

About CT Corporation

Founded in 1892, CT Corporation pioneered the corporate legal services industry. Today, CT Corporation continues to be the leading provider of the full range of compliance tools and services – including statutory representation, corporate records management, and business entity and UCC compliance filings, public record searching, and document retrieval.

CT Corporation is a division of CCH Legal Information Services, and is headquartered in New York City.


CCH INCORPORATED, headquartered in Riverwoods, Ill, was founded in 1913 and has served four generations of business professionals and their clients. The company produces more than 700 electronic and print products for the tax, legal, securities, human resources, health care and small business markets.

About Aspen Publishers

Founded over 40 years ago, Aspen Publishers, Inc., (New York, NY) serves the needs and interests of professionals in the areas of legal, business, education and healthcare with timely analysis and practical information in the form of subscription manuals, texts, journals, newsletters, electronic products and on-line services.

CT Corporation, CCH INCORPORATED and Aspen Publishers are wholly owned subsidiaries of Wolters Kluwer North America, a leading worldwide information services company.



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