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Register for Our 2018 Proxy Season Update Webinar

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On Thursday, December 14 at 12:00 p.m. (CT), please join Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Ernst & Young LLP and Strategic Governance Advisors for a webinar discussion of key developments and trends impacting public companies in the 2018 annual reporting and proxy season. Further details are available here; click here to register.… Continue Reading

Register for Our 2018 Proxy Season Update Webinar

Posted in SEC/Corporate
On Thursday, December 14 at 12:00 p.m. (CT), please join Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Ernst & Young LLP and Strategic Governance Advisors for a webinar discussion of key developments and trends impacting public companies in the 2018 annual reporting and proxy season. Further details are available here; click here to register.… Continue Reading

ISS Releases 2017 Proxy Voting Guideline Updates

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On November 21, ISS published its 2017 Proxy Voting Guideline Updates, which will be in effect for meetings held on or after February 1, 2017. The US 2017 updates cover numerous policies, with significant changes summarized below: Restricting Binding Shareholder Proposals ISS introduced a new policy to recommend against or withhold from members of the… Continue Reading

Glass Lewis Releases 2017 Proxy Season Guidelines

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On November 18, Glass Lewis released its 2017 U.S. Proxy Season Guidelines. The guidelines are a detailed overview of the key policies Glass Lewis applies when analyzing individual companies and are formally updated on an annual basis. One of the more significant changes to the Glass Lewis Guidelines is the director overboarding policy. Under this… Continue Reading

SEC Proposes Amendments To Require Universal Proxy Cards in Contested Elections

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On October 26, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted to propose amendments to the proxy rules that would require the use of universal proxy cards in contested elections (i.e., in a contested election, shareholders would be provided with a proxy card that contains the names of both the management nominees and one or more dissident… Continue Reading