New Scrutiny for Supplemental Disclosures In Proxy Statements

, The American Lawyer

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Because supplemental disclosures contained in proxy statements prepared in the context of corporate mergers do not affect shareholders one way or the other, they should not provide plaintiffs lawyers with the means to get paid in shareholder litigation, three law professors argue in a new paper.

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