Preparing for the 2012 Proxy Season

01/12/2012 11:30 a.m. - 01:30 p.m.

Public Companies Counseling + Compliance

Morrison & Foerster LLP
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Building B, 1st Floor
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Seminar

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Join us for this timely seminar series in Northern Virginia, San Diego, San Francisco, and Palo Alto.

This program is designed to help corporate counsel navigate the evolving landscape for the 2012 proxy season – with a specific focus on expected areas of shareholder activism, evolving corporate governance issues, and the second year of "Say-on-Pay" voting. This timely update will feature a discussion of the following hot button issues:


  • Analysis of 2011 Proxy Season
  • Say-on-Pay: Lessons Learned and Strategies for 2012
  • Implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act
  • Trends in SEC Comments on Proxy Disclosure
  • ISS Voting Policy Changes for 2012
  • What to Expect with Proxy Access Proposals
  • Preparing for Shareholder Activism in 2012

Speakers:


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