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Compensation in the 2018 Proxy Season: Recent Shakeups Create New Challenges

USA - January 17 2018 2018 brings significant changes to the executive and director compensation landscape due to the passage of H.R. 1 informally known as the Tax Cuts...

James D. C. Barrall, Bradd L. Williamson, David T. Della Rocca, Holly Bauer.

Marketing Non-US Private Equity Funds in the United States

USA - November 16 2016 Non-US private equity sponsors frequently seek to market their funds to US institutional investors. However, the evolving US regulatory regime...

J. Ashley Weeks, David J. Greene, Nancy Kowalczyk, Sean M. FitzGerald, Barton B. Clark, Cheryl M. Coe, Yvette D. Valdez.

Director compensation after Calma v. Templeton: proactive steps to consider

USA - May 28 2015 The Delaware Court of Chancery recently decided a case that makes it easier for plaintiffs to sue companies for their director compensation. The...

James D. C. Barrall, Bradd L. Williamson, Austin Ozawa.

US and UK pension funding considerations in corporate transactions

USA, United Kingdom - November 25 2011 Significant employee benefit obligations often arise in the context of corporate transactions....

David T. Della Rocca, Catherine Drinnan, Matthew R. Conway.

SEC announces preliminary say on pay rules

USA - November 4 2010 n October 18, 2010, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published proposed rules (Proposed Rules) implementing Section 951 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act), commonly referred to as "say on pay."...

James D. C. Barrall, David T. Della Rocca, Matthew R. Conway.