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Re-Publication of 2013 Proxy Season Review

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Vinny Sidhu
Legal Intern, Manhattan Institute's Center for Legal Policy

For all you interested readers out there, the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation has re-published a memorandum from the Manhattan Institute's 2013 Proxy Season Review.

This annual review analyzes various pre-voting facets of shareholder proposals, such as the types of proposals introduced, who sponsored them, and the rate at which they were introduced, as well as post-voting results. A particular emphasis is placed on proposals involving political spending and lobbying, which have constituted a plurality of all shareholder proposals introduced in 2012 and 2013.

The full text of the 2013 Proxy Report is available here.

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