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Proxy season brings a third wave of "gotcha" shareholder litigation

USA - February 21 2013 Proxy season is upon us and the plaintiffs' bar is demonstrating its resourcefulness by bringing a third wave of shareholder litigation. This new...

Cindy V. Schlaefer, Sarah A. Good.

Plaintiffs’ firms gaining steam in new wave of say-on-pay shareholder suits?

USA - November 19 2012 Over two years ago, Congress enacted Section 951 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which requires public companies to conduct an advisory shareholder vote on the company’s executive compensation plan the so-called “say-on-pay vote.”...

Cindy V. Schlaefer, Sarah A. Good.

Additional risks landlords should consider when taking letters of credit from commercial lease tenants

USA - May 25 2009 In the last decade, commercial landlords have favored obtaining from tenants standby letters of credit over security deposits because standby letters of credit provided added security in the event of a tenant’s bankruptcy....

M. David Minnick.