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A practical guide to SEC proxy and compensation rules, 5th ed.


A practical guide to SEC proxy and compensation rules, 5th ed.

Ed. by Amy L. Goodman et al.

Kluwer Law International


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Loose-leaf Pages in a Ring Binder


Although the date of the previous edition is not noted, there's no doubt that anyone involved with the intricacies of executive and director compensation will need this latest (fifth) edition given the sweeping rules changes made by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2006. An overview chapter gives an indication of those changes and of the impact of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of July 2010, which greatly changes the information required to be presented in annual shareholders' meeting proxy statements. Three expert editors (Amy L. Goodman, John F. Olson, and Lisa A. Fontenot: all affiliated with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in Washington DC) and a couple dozen contributors offer the details. Presentation is in a three-ring binder with section tabs for executive compensation, proxy rules, appendices, and the index. Distributed in North America by Aspen Publishers, Inc.

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