Topic: ISS

JD Supra Corporate Brief: International Class Actions, 2014 Proxy Season, Fraud-on-the-Market, Student Loan Servicers

On this day in 1955, the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations merged to form the labor union that once represented nearly all unionized workers in the United States. Class actions are riding the globalization wave… (Quinn Emanuel) What’s ISS thinking about for next year’s proxy season? (Kenneth Alberstadt at Akerman)… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Stopping 23andMe Sales, Buying Privacy Liabilities, Changing Proxy Policies, Approving REIT Conversions

On November 27, 1924, the very first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade was held. As it should be… Happy Holidays! The FDA is routinely criticized in cases where regulation is perceived to stymy innovation. Shutting down 23andMe isn’t one of them… (Andrew Ittleman and Kelly Lightfoot, JD Supra Perspectives) Every mobile app that glitters is not… Read more »

Preparing your 2012 Annual Report? Read This First…

From the attorneys at Skadden Arps, a comprehensive overview of corporate governance and disclosure matters that public companies should consider as they prepare their annual and other reports for this year’s proxy season. It’s our latest corporate law need-to-know. Here’s a preview: “Based on the insights gleaned from the 2012 proxy season, we have a… Read more »

2013 Proxy Season Advisory Firm Voting Guidelines: Latest Need-to-Know from JD Supra

“Companies should analyze the reports issued by ISS, Glass Lewis and other advisory firms in 2012 with respect to the company’s 2011 executive compensation in order to better understand the concerns of those firms and to consider addressing these concerns. Companies should also consider any feedback they received from their shareholders. If a company makes… Read more »

Doc of the Day: ISS Outlines New Pay-For-Performance Evaluation Methodology

Just in time for the 2012 proxy season, Institutional Shareholders Services has issued a white paper outlining its new approach to evaluating pay-for-performance in 2012. Ropes & Gray provides an in-depth look at the new methodology, and why public companies should follow it as they design their compensation programs and prepare their proxy disclosures: “A… Read more »