The SEC has proposed rule changes that would require all proxy cards in a contested election of a public company’s directors to include both the company’s and dissident’s nominees. In this alert we discuss the SEC’s proposed rule for universal proxy cards, the possible impact on proxy contests, and political hurdles to the proposal’s adoption.
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