In his paper, The Corporate Governance Provisions of Dodd-Frank, Stephen M. Bainbridge provides a brief overview of the seven principal corporate governance provisions of The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (better known as “The Dodd-Frank Act”). Section 951 creates a so-called “say on pay” mandate, requiring periodic shareholder advisory votes on […]
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Proxy Access Avoidance: Subversive or Accelerating Preemption?
James McRitchie, 08/03/2010 ,
The other day I included mention of a project by J.W Verret (Truth on the Market) who promises 16 posts in a series of strategies on how to avoid complying with proxy access once it is enacted. His postings are defended by someone I normally consider at least somewhat rational, Stephen Bainbridge. One of Verret’s […]