In a year when discretionary bonuses dropped nearly 40 percent, it might seem hard to find a silver lining — or even an aluminum one
A year ago, we published an article in this publication entitled "Executive Compensation: Under Fire and What's to Come," which summarized the then-current landscape of executive compensation legisla
...at least three companies to date — KeyCorp, Motorola Inc. and Occidental Petroleum Corp. — have already seen shareholders reject executive pay packages in...
In a year when discretionary bonuses for corporate counsel dropped nearly 40 percent, it might seem hard to find a silver lining -- or even an aluminum one
The world economy may be limping. Economic sectors like banking and manufacturing are still waiting for those green shoots to pop up, while the real estate market continues to search for the bottom.
...as an interim justice. He has previously represented clients such as Occidental Petroleum, Dr. Armand Hammer, The Philadelphia Inquirer , The Barnes Foundation...
Give Gary Lynch credit for making a dramatic entrance. The chief legal officer for New York-based Morgan Stanley debuted on Corporate Counsel magazine?s annual survey of general counsel compensation
...than $70 million for the year, while XTO Energy Inc. and Occidental Petroleum Corp. paid their CEOs more than $50 million.A...
The Supreme Court decision in Dura Pharmaceuticals v. Broudo has spurred much commentary since it came down in April 2005. The court addressed the pleading requirements for loss causation in fraud-on
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