Shareholder Activism Handbook is the single most comprehensive guide on all matters relating to enforcing shareholders' rights. As shareholder activism becomes a more integral part of investing, the law continues to respond accordingly. Legislators and the courts have established new guidelines for, and limits to, shareholders' efforts in this regard. Although various publications or articles have addressed certain aspects of shareholder activism, such as proxy fights and securities litigation, few publications have attempted to assimilate the relevant information into a single resource. And no publication presents this information from the perspective of the shareholder. Until now!. Logically organized into six essential parts, Shareholder Activism Handbook delivers everything you need to represent the rights of shareholders as they attempt to influence corporate direction. Only Shareholder Activism HandbookProvides background on issues relating to shareholder activism, including the balance of power between shareholders and managementDescribes how shareholders may exercise their rights as shareholdersExplains when and how shareholders may challenge mergers and other 'change in control' eventsSets forth the activist investor's role in corporate litigationExplains the role of the 'lead plaintiff' in securities litigationAddresses the unique rights of bondholdersOnly Shareholder Activism Handbook presents the issues that are most important to shareholder activists in a single, comprehensive source.310 Pirate apparently took that step because it was adisappoint[ed] with the companya#39; s financial results.311 At the end of ... 315 Highfield, which owns just under 7% of Circuit City, claimed that it wanted to take the company private, noting that:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Shareholder Activism Handbook|
|Author||:||Jay W. Eisenhofer, Michael J. Barry|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers - 2005-01-01|