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The Resource Proxy contests for corporate control ; : a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest, by Edward Ross Aranow & Herbert A. Einhorn

Proxy contests for corporate control ; : a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest, by Edward Ross Aranow & Herbert A. Einhorn

Label
Proxy contests for corporate control ; : a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest
Title
Proxy contests for corporate control ;
Title remainder
a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest
Statement of responsibility
by Edward Ross Aranow & Herbert A. Einhorn
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Aranow, Edward Ross
Dewey number
347.7
Index
index present
LC call number
KF1451
LC item number
.A93 1968
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Einhorn, Herbert A
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Proxy
  • Mandat
  • Gestion d'entreprise
  • Industrie
Label
Proxy contests for corporate control ; : a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest, by Edward Ross Aranow & Herbert A. Einhorn
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART I. MATTERS PRELIMINARY TO A CONTEST AND MEETING -- CHAPTER I. PREVENTING, ANTICIPATING, AND PREPARING FOR A PROXY CONTEST -- Increased Importance of Contests for Control -- Measures to Be Taken by Management in Remaining Alert -- Factors to Be Considered by Insurgents before Deciding to Undertake a Contest -- Insurgents' Program and Strategy -- Management's Program and Strategy -- CHAPTER 2. THE Stockholders' List; Rights and Duties -- Importance of a List of Stockholders -- The Demand for a List Based on Rule I4a-7 of the SEC Proxy Rules -- The Demand for a List Based on Exercise of the Stockholder's Statutory Right to Inspect the Stock Books -- Strategy and Policy Considerations -- CHAPTER 3· LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ANNUAL AND SPECIAL MEETINGS OF STOCKHOLDERS -- The Annual Meeting -- The Special Meeting -- Fixing the Record Date for Annual or Special Meetings -- PART ll. THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES -- CHAPTER 4· SEC REGULATION OF PROXY SOLICITATIONS -- History and Applicability of Regulation -- Solicitations Subject to Regulation -- SEC Filing Requirements -- False or Misleading Statements -- DETERMINATION OF THE PROXY FORM -- Essential Parts of the Proxy Form-SEC Rules -- Practical Suggestions for the Proxy Form -- CHAPTER 6. -- THE PROXY STATEMENT AND SCHEDULE 14B -- SEC Requirements for the Proxy Statement Schedule 14A-Information Required in the Statement Proxy -- The Proxy Statement as a Campaign Document Schedule 14B -- Chapter 7. METHODS OF SOLICITING PROXIES -- Written Communications to the Stockholders -- Solicitation through Brokers -- Solicitation through Bankers and Nominees -- Professional Proxy Solicitors -- Personal Solicitations by Officers, Employees, and Stockholders -- Advertisements, Reprints, Press Releases, and Meetings -- CHAPTER 8. STOCKHOLDERS' PROPOSALS -- The Proposal Rule and Its Interpretation -- Strategic Use of Proposals in Control Contests -- PART III. CONDUCT OF THE MEETING AND THE ELECTION -- CHAPTER 9· CONDUCT OF THE MEETING -- General Rules of Conduct -- Selection and Powers of the Presiding Officer -- Order of Business and Filing of Proxies -- Quorum Requirements and Problems -- Adjournment -- Presence of Stockholder -- CHAPTER 10. CUMULATIVE VOTING -- The Mechanics of Cumulative Voting and When It Can Be Used -- Possible Dangers in the Use of Cumulative Voting -- Effect of Cumulative Voting on Proxy Contests -- Methods of Minimizing the Effect of Cumulative Voting -- CHAPTER II. CLASSIFICATION OF DIRECTORS -- What Is a Classified Board? -- Impact of Classification on Stockholder Opposition to Management -- The Legality of Classification When It Conflicts with Cumulative Voting -- CHAPTER 12. CONDUCT OF THE ELECTION -- Methods of Voting -- Nominations -- Opening and Closing of the Polls -- Form of Ballot -- Counting the Proxies -- Report of the Inspectors -- Stipulated Ground Rules -- CHAPTER 13. THE RIGHT To VOTE -- Conclusiveness of the Stock Book -- Special Situations and Particular Problems -- CHAPTER I4. INSPECTORS OF ELECTION AND DETERMINATION OF THE VALIDITY OF PROXIES -- Inspectors of Election -- Validity of Proxies -- CHAPTER 15. COMPROMISE AGREEMENTS -- PART IV. JUDICIAL REMEDIES AND PROCEEDINGS -- CHAPTER 16. ENFORCEMENT OF PROXY RULES BY THE SEC -- The Commission's Informal Methods -- Injunction Prior to the Meeting -- Mandamus Order -- Setting Aside an Election -- Criminal Penalties -- CHAPTER 17. PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT oF THE PROXY RULES -- Existence of the Right to Private Enforcement -- Weight Given to the SEC's Interpretation of the Proxy Rules -- Types of Relief Available -- Procedure CONTENTS -- CHAPTER I8. REMEDIES UNDER STATE LAW PRIOR TO THE MEETING -- Enjoining the Use of Proxies; Enjoining the Holding of the Meeting -- Mandamus to the Inspectors of Election -- JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CORPORATE ELECTIONS -- Judicial Review -- The New York Statute -- The Delaware Statute -- Consideration of the SEC Proxy Rules in State Court Proceedings -- Special Problems Regarding the Validity of Brokers' Proxies -- Review of Election of Foreign Corporation -- PART V. PROXY CONTEST EXPENSES -- CHAPTER 20. ExPENDITURES INVOLVED IN A PROXY CONTEST -- Necessary Expenses of Management and Insurgents -- Examples -- SEC Disclosure Requirements -- CHAPTER 21. MANAGEMENT's USE OF CORPORATE FUNDS -- General Principles and Requirements -- Permissible Expenditures by Management -- Yardstick of Reasonableness -- Tax Deductibility of Corporate Expenses for Proxy Contests -- CHAPTER 22. REIMBURSEMENT OF INSURGENTS FROM CORPORATE FUNDS -- ReimbursementC of Successful Insurgents -- Reimbursement of Unsuccessful Insurgents -- Reimbursable Expenditures of Insurgents -- Tax Deductibility of Insurgents' Proxy Contest Expenses -- PART VI. THE TAKEOVER BID -- CHAPTER 23. THE TAKEOVER BID
Control code
436244
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
2d ed.
Extent
xviii, 692 pages
Lccn
68010749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)399299
Label
Proxy contests for corporate control ; : a treatise on the legal and practical problems of management and insurgents in a corporate proxy contest, by Edward Ross Aranow & Herbert A. Einhorn
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliographical footnotes and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART I. MATTERS PRELIMINARY TO A CONTEST AND MEETING -- CHAPTER I. PREVENTING, ANTICIPATING, AND PREPARING FOR A PROXY CONTEST -- Increased Importance of Contests for Control -- Measures to Be Taken by Management in Remaining Alert -- Factors to Be Considered by Insurgents before Deciding to Undertake a Contest -- Insurgents' Program and Strategy -- Management's Program and Strategy -- CHAPTER 2. THE Stockholders' List; Rights and Duties -- Importance of a List of Stockholders -- The Demand for a List Based on Rule I4a-7 of the SEC Proxy Rules -- The Demand for a List Based on Exercise of the Stockholder's Statutory Right to Inspect the Stock Books -- Strategy and Policy Considerations -- CHAPTER 3· LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ANNUAL AND SPECIAL MEETINGS OF STOCKHOLDERS -- The Annual Meeting -- The Special Meeting -- Fixing the Record Date for Annual or Special Meetings -- PART ll. THE SOLICITATION OF PROXIES -- CHAPTER 4· SEC REGULATION OF PROXY SOLICITATIONS -- History and Applicability of Regulation -- Solicitations Subject to Regulation -- SEC Filing Requirements -- False or Misleading Statements -- DETERMINATION OF THE PROXY FORM -- Essential Parts of the Proxy Form-SEC Rules -- Practical Suggestions for the Proxy Form -- CHAPTER 6. -- THE PROXY STATEMENT AND SCHEDULE 14B -- SEC Requirements for the Proxy Statement Schedule 14A-Information Required in the Statement Proxy -- The Proxy Statement as a Campaign Document Schedule 14B -- Chapter 7. METHODS OF SOLICITING PROXIES -- Written Communications to the Stockholders -- Solicitation through Brokers -- Solicitation through Bankers and Nominees -- Professional Proxy Solicitors -- Personal Solicitations by Officers, Employees, and Stockholders -- Advertisements, Reprints, Press Releases, and Meetings -- CHAPTER 8. STOCKHOLDERS' PROPOSALS -- The Proposal Rule and Its Interpretation -- Strategic Use of Proposals in Control Contests -- PART III. CONDUCT OF THE MEETING AND THE ELECTION -- CHAPTER 9· CONDUCT OF THE MEETING -- General Rules of Conduct -- Selection and Powers of the Presiding Officer -- Order of Business and Filing of Proxies -- Quorum Requirements and Problems -- Adjournment -- Presence of Stockholder -- CHAPTER 10. CUMULATIVE VOTING -- The Mechanics of Cumulative Voting and When It Can Be Used -- Possible Dangers in the Use of Cumulative Voting -- Effect of Cumulative Voting on Proxy Contests -- Methods of Minimizing the Effect of Cumulative Voting -- CHAPTER II. CLASSIFICATION OF DIRECTORS -- What Is a Classified Board? -- Impact of Classification on Stockholder Opposition to Management -- The Legality of Classification When It Conflicts with Cumulative Voting -- CHAPTER 12. CONDUCT OF THE ELECTION -- Methods of Voting -- Nominations -- Opening and Closing of the Polls -- Form of Ballot -- Counting the Proxies -- Report of the Inspectors -- Stipulated Ground Rules -- CHAPTER 13. THE RIGHT To VOTE -- Conclusiveness of the Stock Book -- Special Situations and Particular Problems -- CHAPTER I4. INSPECTORS OF ELECTION AND DETERMINATION OF THE VALIDITY OF PROXIES -- Inspectors of Election -- Validity of Proxies -- CHAPTER 15. COMPROMISE AGREEMENTS -- PART IV. JUDICIAL REMEDIES AND PROCEEDINGS -- CHAPTER 16. ENFORCEMENT OF PROXY RULES BY THE SEC -- The Commission's Informal Methods -- Injunction Prior to the Meeting -- Mandamus Order -- Setting Aside an Election -- Criminal Penalties -- CHAPTER 17. PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT oF THE PROXY RULES -- Existence of the Right to Private Enforcement -- Weight Given to the SEC's Interpretation of the Proxy Rules -- Types of Relief Available -- Procedure CONTENTS -- CHAPTER I8. REMEDIES UNDER STATE LAW PRIOR TO THE MEETING -- Enjoining the Use of Proxies; Enjoining the Holding of the Meeting -- Mandamus to the Inspectors of Election -- JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CORPORATE ELECTIONS -- Judicial Review -- The New York Statute -- The Delaware Statute -- Consideration of the SEC Proxy Rules in State Court Proceedings -- Special Problems Regarding the Validity of Brokers' Proxies -- Review of Election of Foreign Corporation -- PART V. PROXY CONTEST EXPENSES -- CHAPTER 20. ExPENDITURES INVOLVED IN A PROXY CONTEST -- Necessary Expenses of Management and Insurgents -- Examples -- SEC Disclosure Requirements -- CHAPTER 21. MANAGEMENT's USE OF CORPORATE FUNDS -- General Principles and Requirements -- Permissible Expenditures by Management -- Yardstick of Reasonableness -- Tax Deductibility of Corporate Expenses for Proxy Contests -- CHAPTER 22. REIMBURSEMENT OF INSURGENTS FROM CORPORATE FUNDS -- ReimbursementC of Successful Insurgents -- Reimbursement of Unsuccessful Insurgents -- Reimbursable Expenditures of Insurgents -- Tax Deductibility of Insurgents' Proxy Contest Expenses -- PART VI. THE TAKEOVER BID -- CHAPTER 23. THE TAKEOVER BID
Control code
436244
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
2d ed.
Extent
xviii, 692 pages
Lccn
68010749
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)399299

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