Legal Affairs Corporate governance

by Smart Business, Januray 2010.

As a result of the financial crisis, there have been a number of investor favorable proposals and announcements made by regulatory agencies, federal and state governments, and prominent proxy advisory firms on matters relating to corporate governance. Although a number of the proposals have been delayed in their implementation and are subject to intense debate, public companies need to understand these developments, as the proposals may have ramifications on how companies are managed, how their executives are compensated and how they prepare for their annual shareholder meetings.

Smart Business spoke to Jonathan Friedman, associate with Stubbs Alderton & Markiles, LLP, about recent corporate governance developments…(continue reading)


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