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  1. Appeals Court Vacates The SEC’s Proxy Access Rule, With Major Criticisms Of The SEC’s Sloppy Work

    But Beware Of What You Wished For Issuers….You May Be Worse Off Than With The Access Rule

    Article

    2011 Q2
  2. What’s The Next Big Thing On The Corporate Governance Front?

    Holding Directors’ Feet To The Fire Over The Cost Of Capital – And Especially Over Their Stewardship Of The Company’S Stash Of Shareholders’ Cash: Finally…A Governance Reform Worth Making We Say

    Article

    2011 Q2
  3. Apple Computer Does It Again – With A Raft Of Annual Meeting Gaffes: How Can Such A Smart Company...

    Article

    2011 Q1
  4. Early Returns From The Annual Meeting Front

    Lots Of Good News, But Some Big, Bad Surprises Are Still In Store For The Unwary

    Article

    2011 Q1
  5. Consent Solicitations

    By Merrill Stone and Matthew Kane, Kelley Drye & Warren*

    Article

    2011 Q1
  6. Lots Of Fresh Questions…And Answers… On Meeting Adjournments, On “All Other Business” 

    And On Calculating, Reporting On And Describing Those Say-On-Pay And Say-When-On-Pay Results….

    Article

    2011 Q1
  7. A Few Hot Issues To Watch As Annual Meeting Season Approaches

    Article

    2010 Q4
  8. More On Virtual Meetings: We Come Up With A Simple Solution To Activist Objections To “Virtual...

    Article

    2010 Q4
  9. More On Virtual Forums: Maybe The Best Good Governance Idea Ever

    Article

    2010 Q4
  10. Reactions To The Proxy Plumbing Comment Letters…

    An Interview With Chuck Callan, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Broadridge Financial Solutions

    Article

    2010 Special Supplement