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In this issue:
- The Evolving Response to Shareholder Activism
- SEC and PCAOB Renewed Focus on Audit Committees and Audit Committee Member Conduct
- Proxy Access Gaining Momentum
- Peppercorn of Consideration No Longer Sufficient to Support an M&A Settlement
- Enhanced Protection for Independent Directors
- Third Circuit Clarifies Application of Rule 14a-8’s “Ordinary Business” Exclusion
- Disclosure of Actual (Not Approximate) Annual Meeting Date Required to Trigger Notice Period Under Certain Advance Notice Bylaws
- Consider Asking Shareholders to Approve Meaningful Limits on Director Equity Compensation
- DGCL Amendments Endorsing Forum Selection and Prohibiting Fee-Shifting Take Effect
- DGCL Amendment Permits Non-Directors to Make Restricted Stock Grants
- SEC Proposes Compensation Clawback Rules
- Update on SEC Staff Review of Rule 14a-8(i)(9)
- SEC to Consider Adoption of Final Pay Ratio Rules on August 5
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