Thursday, March 9, 2017 | 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Vanderbilt Hall, Room 210
40 Washington Square South New York 10012 map
What does a “corporate governance” paradigm do? What role does it play in board governance? What role does it play politically? Do we need a new paradigm and, if so, is this it? How does it differ from current practice?
Martin Lipton ’55 has been urging the adoption of a “New Paradigm” for Corporate Governance that derives from the recognition by corporations, their CEOs and boards of directors, and by leading institutional investors and asset managers, that short-termism and attacks by short-term financial activists significantly impede long-term economic prosperity. In essence, the New Paradigm recalibrates the relationship between public corporations and their major institutional investors and conceives of corporate governance as a collaboration among corporations, shareholders and other stakeholders working together to achieve long-term value and resist short-termism.
Martin Lipton ’55, Wachtell Lipton Rosen and Katz
Hon. Leo Strine, Jr., Chief Justice, Delaware Supreme Court
Matt Mallow ’67, LLM ’68, BlackRock
Jean-Pierre Rosso, World Economic Forum USA
Robert Schumer, Paul Weiss
Edward Rock, NYU School of Law
This event has been approved for two (2) credits of CLE in the Areas of Professional Practice category. Credits will be both transitional and non-transitional and the event is appropriate for both experienced and newly admitted attorneys.
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