Meetings of Stockholders Meetings of Stockholders
by Jesse A. Finkelstein, R. Franklin Balotti, Gregory P. Williams


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In one comprehensive volume, you get all the information and guidance necessary to advise, plan, and run corporate shareholder meetings efficiently and effectively - including up-to-date coverage of the latest SEC rules and regulations, recent DOL interpretations concerning institutional investors, case law developments, and emerging trends in shareholder actions. Comprehensive, authoritative, and practical, Meetings of Stockholders covers every key topic relating to stockholder meetings, from the laws and regulations to the mechanics of running the meeting, including:

  • Selection of the meeting location
  • Preparation of the chair and officers
  • Creating an agenda
  • Meeting notice requirements
  • The right to inspect the shareholder list
  • Statutory criteria for eligibility
  • Proxy solicitation for the
  • Shareholders' meeting
  • Preparing proxy materials
  • Proxy eligible securities
  • Disclosure requirements
  • Institutional investor issues
  • Handling shareholder proposals
  • Personal claims and grievances
  • Exceptions to Rule 14a-8, rules governing meeting conduct
  • Dealing with the disorderly stockholder
  • Voting rights of shares and stockholders
  • Quorum, counting and reporting the vote
  • Tabulation of proxies
  • Action by written consent
  • Defensive strategies to defeat shareholder consent solicitations

Meetings of Stockholders now also includes critical information, including:

  • Preparation of Proxy Materials
  • Proxy Solicitation for Shareholders' Meeting
  • The Shareholder Proposal Rule (Rule 14a-8)
  • Action by Written Consent

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