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What Happens When the CEO or the Face of the Business Is a Risk? #MeToo and Corporate Governance

Hundreds of men have resigned or been terminated after allegations of sexual misconduct or assault. Just last week, celebrity chef/former TV star Mario Batali and the founder of British retailer Ted Baker were forced to sell their interests or step… … Continue reading

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Corporate Tax Reform Comes to Arkansas

On Friday, legislators in Arkansas introduced Senate Bill 576, which would dramatically increase the competitiveness of Arkansas’s tax code. Based on recommendations from the Arkansas Tax Reform and Relief Legislative Task Force, the bill would overhaul Arkansas’s corporate income tax … Continue reading

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The Importance of Corporate Governance in Cannabis Companies

Every year the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business ranks governance of Canada’s corporate boards in the “Board Games“. In the recently published 2018 edition, the boards of directors of 242 companies and trusts in the S&P/TSX index were assessed. … Continue reading

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Corporate and Securities Litigation at Stanford Law School

Stanford Law School On Wednesday, March 6, 2019, it was my distinct honor and pleasure to be one of the invited speakers at Professor Joseph Grundfest’s corporate and securities litigation class at Stanford Law School in Palo Alto, California. Along … Continue reading

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Democracy is not an appropriate metaphor for corporate governance

There is an interesting new paper on shareholder proposals, about which I will have more to say in future posts. At the moment , however, this passage caught my eye: Corporations are often compared… [[ This is a content summary … Continue reading

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