Advance Notice Bylaws in Light of Corvex/Williams: Displacing the Placeholder Nomination

The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation 2016-09-03

Summary:

Advance notice bylaws are a near universal feature of the organizational documents of public companies. In their simplest form, they set a deadline, usually between 60 and 120 days before an upcoming stockholder meeting, by which a stockholder must give notice to the company of its intention to nominate director candidates and identify those nominees. […]

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http://corpgov.law.harvard.edu/2016/08/29/advance-notice-bylaws-in-light-of-corvexwilliams-displacing-the-placeholder-nomination/

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Date tagged:

09/03/2016, 14:19

Date published:

08/29/2016, 09:06