In Trump Era, Weil's Millstein Sees Promise for Corporate Governance

, The Am Law Daily

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Having just turned 90, Weil, Gotshal & Manges senior partner Ira Millstein discusses his decades-long fight to reform corporate boards and his new book on the topic, published this month. Millstein believes directors of companies have a responsibility to improve Americans' view of the corporations they depend upon.

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  • James McRitchie

    Not just directors who would benefit from reading Millstein‘s book. Investors should as well, particularly investor advocates and activists. Understanding Millstein may help you reach agreements with boards without resorting to a contest, since his perspective is well respected by both sides.

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