The Future of 'Say on Pay' in Current Economic Times

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Determining the appropriate level of compensation for corporate executives has been a controversial issue within the courtroom and the boardroom. The debate over the federal economic stimulus plan included a cry for compensation limits on executive pay as well as restrictions on golden parachutes. Attorneys Katayun I. Jaffari and Mu'min Islam outline the components and history of "say on pay," describe support and opposition to its implementation and discuss the future of "say on pay" proposals.

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