Now more than ever is the time for fresh, original thinking in the area of regulatory reform. Morrison & Foerster has established the 2009 Regulatory Innovation Award through The Burton Foundation, a volunteer, not-for profit, academic organization concentrating on legal writing, to honor an academic or non-elected public official whose innovative ideas have made a significant contribution to the discourse on regulatory reform in the arena of corporate governance, securities, capital markets or financial institutions.
Nominations must be received by February 27, 2009. There is no fee or charge to nominate. Award recipient will be announced on March 16, 2009.
Nominations for this year's award have now closed.