October 7, 2009
BLB&G partner Mark Lebovitch was a participant in the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance’s Roundtable, held October 6-7, 2009, in Cambridge, MA.
The roundtable examined whether the SEC should provide a proxy access regime, how it should be designed and whether it should be mandatory. Additionally, discussion covered whether further changes to the arrangements governing corporate elections should be considered.
The Program on Corporate Governance, operating with the John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics and Business, seeks to facilitate research and scholarship about corporate governance.
For more information on the roundtable and the Program on Corporate Governence, please click here.