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The Evolving Role of Institutional Investors in Corporate Governance and Corporate Litigation
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2008)
Each of the articles in this Symposium sheds new light on the ever-changing role of institutional investors in U.S. corporate governance and corporate litigation. They cover a broad range of topics, including institutional ...
Shareholder Voting in an Age of Intermediary Capitalism
(Southern California Law Review, 2014)
Shareholder voting is a key part of contemporary American corporate governance. As numerous contemporary battles between corporate management and shareholders illustrate, voting has never been more important. Yet, traditional ...
Does Private Equity Create Wealth? The Effects of Private Equity and Derivatives on Corporate Governance
(University of Chicago Law Review, 2009)
Private equity has reaped large rewards in recent years. We claim that one major reason for this success is due to the corporate governance advantages of private equity over the public corporation. We argue that the ...
Dodd-Frank's Say on Pay: Will It Lead to a Greater Role for Shareholders in Corporate Governance?
(Cornell Law Review, 2012)
"Say on pay" gives shareholders an advisory vote on a company's pay practices for its top executives. Beginning in 2011, Dodd-Frank mandated such votes at public companies. The first year of "say on pay" under the new ...