Firms Continue to Adopt Fee-Shifting Bylaws Despite Pending Legal ChallengeFee-shifting bylaws that require shareholders who sue companies to pay the legal fees if they lose in court continue to gain steam despite a current legal challenge to them before the Delaware Chancery Court. A recent list compiled by Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check reveals that 42 companies have adopted these bylaws in the past several months. Read more in a complimentary sample of the CII Governance Alert...
CII Releases Roundtable Report on Shareholder Proposal Process
What values do those involved in the shareholder process share in common? Where is there room for improvement? Earlier this year CII convened an investor-company roundtable to discuss areas of common ground and concern. A report highlighting key takeaways from the roundtable is available in the Special Reports section.
News & Highlights
- Dec. 5, 2014 - CII issues letter to Prime Minister of Japan on proposed corporate governance code
- Dec. 4, 2014 - CII And Pension Funds Make Their Voices Loud And Clear Over Fee-Shifting Bylaws - J. D. Supra Business Advisor
- Dec. 3, 2014 - Institutional Investors Team Up Against Delaware Court Ruling on Legal Fees - Pensions & Investments
- Dec. 1, 2014 - Investor Group Joins Chorus Against Fee-Shifting Bylaws, Asks Delaware Bar to Act - Bloomberg BNA
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