SEC's New Proxy Access: Practical Implications for Public Companies and Investors

30 September 2010 Publication
Authors: Phillip M. Goldberg Patrick G. Quick John K. Wilson

Directorship

Foley Partners Phillip Goldberg, Patrick Quick and John Wilson authored an article that appeared in Directorship on September 30, 2010 titled "SEC’s New Proxy Access: Practical Implications for Public Companies and Investors." The article is based on a Foley Web conference held on September 15, 2010 to explore the SEC’s new proxy access rule. Goldberg, a panel participant, and Quick and Wilson, who led the conference as moderators, discuss how pension funds and institutional investors are planning to use the new rule and how it will impact small businesses, as well as the potential difficulties that shareholders are likely to experience as they begin to comply with new proxy access rules.

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