The book on shareholder activism is being rapidly rewritten. Explore our resources on the ongoing evolution of activist-board dynamics and corporate governance.
Getting a seat at the table through board nomination rights is one of the most common ways for minority investors to maintain oversight of their investment but questions remain about how information can flow between nominee directors and their appointing shareholders.
Boardroom diversity, proxy access, and executive compensation are just some of the corporate governance considerations.
The best preparation for shareholder activists? Think like one.
As shareholders get closer to the boardroom than ever before, management feels both the benefits and pressures of shareholder influence.
Women are now on company boards more than ever - but there’s still progress to be made. Will investors push for change?
In the U.S., over 200 companies have recently adopted proxy access by-laws. What is proxy access? Our lawyers explain.
Shareholder lawsuits have saturated the U.S. M&A world, with 90% of deals made being brought to court—but this is changing.
Sharon’s piece speaks on the how boards need to deal with the ever increasing involvement of company shareholders.