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Recently, I talked to Michael Levin – of “The Activist Investor” fame – about his recent note entitled “Radical Board Transparency” that is an idea for a new type of shareholder engagement. If your role has been to serve as…
When I launched my first website back in 2001 – RealCorporateLawyer.com – there wasn’t a lot of content and anytime that I added content, I placed a shiny yellow “New!” icon next to that section on the home page. This…
It might well be the case that many of you reading this don’t have any input into the IR web page at your company (or for your clients). When I was in-house, drafting the disclosure documents filed with the SEC,…
Before I blog about how the plain English movement is sort of a forebear for the transparency movement, I thought I would share these four bewildering things about plain English: The SEC’s Plain English Rulemaking Was Quasi-Controversial These concepts were…
As I approach my first year anniversary serving in the role of a “Transparency Champion,” it’s a good time to reflect on how the mission is going to persuade others that transparent disclosure creates real value for businesses. That it’s…
This Wachtell Lipton memo from Marty Lipton, Zach Podolsky, Mark Stagliano and MacKenzie Thurman is worth reading: “In March 2024, the UK Investor Forum presented the results of its six-month assessment undertaken to identify, understand and evaluate the ways companies…

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