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ICGN Annual Conference in London: Register Now

The ICGN Annual Conference, hosted by the City of London, is now only a few weeks away. The organization will welcome over 600 delegates to and celebrate its 20 year anniversary. Places for the conference are limited, so register now to avoid any disappointment. A new session has been added to the agenda this week: ‘Creating long-term, […]

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Corporate Directors Forum 2013: Bonus Session

Below are some relatively quick notes I took at the Corporate Directors Forum 2013, Bonus Session, held on the beautiful campus of the University of San Diego, January 27, 2013. For a list of conference materials, see the Forum’s official site. My site, Corporate Governance (CorpGov.net) is unaffiliated. The program was subject to the Chatham House Rule, so […]

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End to Forum Shopping?

The always creative Joe Grundfest, a Stanford Law School professor and former SEC commissioner, proposes that public companies adopt charter provisions to select in advance the forum where shareholder litigation would occur… Delaware, in most cases. He argues: Forum selection clauses are common in commercial agreements. They are also broadly respected and readily enforced, even […]

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Enhancing Shareholder Value: What's Hot in M&A and IP

It had been months since I’d attended an SVNACD breakfast meetings. Top talent was on hand, both among the panelists and in the audience. The facility at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati was great. Sorry about photo quality… first time working with a new camera that I may not keep. As usual, my notes are […]

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