Corporate Governance Quarterly

New York-based Goodwin counsel David Bernstein considers
US legislation is unclear on the issue, resulting in surprising outcomes in government enforcement efforts
In light of the Business Roundtable's recent statement on the subject, Goodwin Procter counsel David Bernstein asks how companies should prioritise the consideration of multiple stakeholder groups
In this edition’s Corporate Governance Quarterly, Goodwin counsel David Bernstein explains why dual-class stocks don’t deserve the bad name they have in certain circles
Goodwin Procter's David Bernstein asks whether temporary speculators should be given the right to decide how corporations should be run
The recent case has brought the question of materiality in acquisition agreements to light again, but it’s not the game-changer many think it is, writes Goodwin Procter’s David Bernstein
Giving major voting power to entities that have virtually no financial stake in a company can have unwelcome results
Change is coming to the way stock transfers are recorded as blockchain technology allows stockholder lists to be managed electronically


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