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Voting Rights Gone in a Snap Unequal Voting Rights Back in the Spotlight

USA - April 3 2017 The recent initial public offering of Snap Inc.'s Class A common shares marked the first-ever IPO-related listing of common stock without voting...

Catherine T. Dixon, Kaitlin Descovich, Melanie A. Conroy.


The Trump Administration Launches its (De)Regulatory Initiatives: Implications for the Financial Sector and All Public Companies

USA - February 6 2017 On February 3, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order laying out his Administration's "Core Principles" for the regulation of the US...

Catherine T. Dixon, David E. Wohl, Sarah Downie, Derrick Cephas, Ariel Kronman.


Heads Up for the 2016 Form 10-K and Beyond - Staff Guidance on "New GAAP" Transition Disclosures, Use of NonGAAP Measures and Other Key Issues

USA - December 22 2016 At three significant year-end conferences, members of the SEC's senior Accounting and legal staff reinforced previously delivered guidance on several...

Catherine T. Dixon.


Proxy Access is Used for the First Time - A New Front Opens in the Campaign for Proxy Access: "Fix-it" Proposals

USA - November 11 2016 Over the last two proxy seasons, governance-oriented activists, pension funds and institutional investors led a charge to afford shareholders "proxy...

Lyuba Goltser.


Looking Ahead to 2017 Proxy Season: Have the Floodgates Opened for Next Generation Access Proposals?

USA - August 11 2016 A recent denial of no-action relief by the SEC Staff has called into question how closely a company’s proxy access bylaw must mirror a shareholder...

Catherine T. Dixon, Howard B. Dicker, P.J. Himelfarb, Adé Heyliger, Lyuba Goltser.