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New Podcast: Season-end report for the 2012 proxy season

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Jarrett Dieterle
Legal Intern, Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy

In addition to the recent release of his season-end finding for the 2012 proxy season, Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy Director James Copland also participated in a podcast discussing the report. Center for Legal Policy project manager Isaac Gorodetski serves as interlocutor for the podcast, asking Copland to comment specifically on the focus of his new report: whether labor unions are using the proxy process to advance goals unrelated to increasing shareholder value.

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