Securities Law

A Look at the Emerging Trends in Shareholder Activism

, The Legal Intelligencer

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Shareholder activism was at the forefront of major corporate events during 2013. Proxy fights at Hess, the Dell takeover, and feuds over capital allocation at Apple substantiate recent observations that there is a growing divide between boards and shareholders. In addition to grabbing headlines, shareholder activism has transformed over the course of 2013 through the use of technology and the adoption of new initiatives.

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