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Re: [board-discuss] TDF decision regarding power of attorney


For the records:
The vote was taken on November 28th, 2012, and approved with 6 out of 6 votes.

Florian Effenberger wrote on 2012-12-17 17:49:
Hello,

following our statutes, I'd like to convey the following information to
the public:

In a private call, the board has unanimously voted on giving general
power of attorney to Berlin-based lawyer Mike Schinagl, who is not only
a contributor to TDF from the first day and a member, but also the
lawyer who has helped us making TDF possible.

Since he has been our de-facto legal counsel for nearly two years
already, and has our full trust, the board granted him general power of
attorney rights to represent TDF, which makes things easier for us.

There are no costs attached to this per se, payment will be handled on
an individual basis when we need his advice, so there is no financial
risk involved for TDF.

Thank you very much, Mike, for being our counsel, and for all your
invalueable advice!

Florian


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