Monthly Archives: January 2015

Engagement and Activism in the 2015 Proxy Season

January 29, 2015 Corporate Governance Update: Engagement and Activism in the 2015 Proxy Season David A. Katz and Laura A. McIntosh∗   As the 2015 proxy season approaches, the dominant theme appears to be the interaction between directors and investors. … Continue reading

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Attacks by Activist Hedge Funds Threaten Shareholders and Economy

Martin Lipton Sabastian V. Niles Sara J. Lewis December 22, 2014, January 23, 2015 UPDATED Recognition of the Threat to Shareholders and the Economy from Attacks by Activist Hedge Funds Again in 2014, as in the two previous years, there … Continue reading

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Do Scholars Have A Duty To Maximize Shareholder Value?

January 15, 2015 Do Scholars Have a Duty to Maximize Shareholder Value? * By Peter Tunjic If Lucian Bebchuk still thinks he’s “mainly a kind of of ivory tower academic”, his record as a shareholder activist better get ready for a long … Continue reading

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