Lawsuits Stemming From Supposedly Bon-binding “Say-on-Pay” Votes

Under the Dodd-Frank Act, the mandatory “say-on-pay” rules, in which shareholders get to vote on executive compensation levels, are non-binding.  According to the new regulations, which were signed into law in July of 2010, directors and executives are not required to abide by these “say-on-p...
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