Monthly Archives: September 2015

Managing Like An Activist Destroys Long Term Value

Attached and below is a recent memo from Wachtell Lipton: September 18, 2015 A New Paradigm for Corporate Governance           Recently, there have been three important studies by prominent economists and law professors, each of which points out serious flaws in … Continue reading

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DOJ New Requirements for Cooperation Credit

Attached and below is a recent memo from Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz: DOJ Adopts New Requirements for Corporations Seeking Credit for Cooperation In an important development for corporations responding to federal investigations, the Department of Justice yesterday announced revisions to … Continue reading

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Shareholder Activism Has Gone Overboard

Wendell L. Willkie II August 31, 2015 | Fortune Shareholder activism has gone overboard Restoring balance to the governance of America’s public companies In their quest for quick returns, activists make the mistake of forgetting that it takes time and … Continue reading

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