Employee ownership has a huge potential to improve firm performance, reduce layoffs, improve employee compensation and benefits, boost median household wealth, foster longer median job tenure, and reduce racial and gender wealth gaps. It also has a long history of bipartisan support. The benefits of employee ownership are wasted when too […]
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File No. S7-23-19 would set draconian requirements to submit and to resubmit shareholder proposals based on the desire of entrenched managements and boards to thwart accountability and to create democratic-free zones around corporate governance.
Jill E. Fitch, a Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, argues the DC Circuit’s 2011 decision in Business Roundtable v. SEC, completely disregarded the congressional policy judgment reflected in Dodd-Frank’s authorization of proxy access regulations. (more…)