Say-on-Pay Litigation. Hosted by. Tom Bosch and Dave Meyers from Troutman Sanders, LLP and Brad Robinson from Eagle Rock Proxy Advisors. Say-on-Pay Litigation. Co-Sponsored by. Tom Bosch – Partner – Troutman Sanders LLP.
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Tom Bosch and Dave Meyers from Troutman Sanders, LLP
Brad Robinson from Eagle Rock Proxy Advisors
Tom Bosch is a partner in Troutman Sanders LLP's Atlanta, Georgia office. Tom's practice focuses on corporate and securities litigation, including cases involving allegations of fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and a variety of other business torts. He regularly represents companies and management in disputes arising from mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, and financing transactions. He also counsels clients on corporate governance and related issues.
Dave Meyers is a partner in Troutman Sanders LLP's Richmond, Virginia office. Dave serves as the co-practice group leader for the firm's Corporate practice group. His practice focuses on the representation of public companies in connection with corporate governance, securities regulation, security offerings and mergers and acquisitions. Dave is a graduate of the University of Virginia Law School where he served on the Articles Review Board of the Virginia Law Review, and received his B.S. degree with Distinction from the McIntire School of Commerce of the University of Virginia.
Brad is responsible for Eagle Rock's corporate governance advisory services and assists clients in analyzing and shaping their governance policies and practices. Prior to joining Eagle Rock, Brad was a member of the research team at Proxy Governance, Inc., a proxy advisory firm for institutional investors, where he worked extensively with industry experts focusing on a range of issues, from executive compensation policy, poison pills, and private placements, to proxy contests. Brad has co-authored a study examining the voting policies and practices of major exchange-traded-funds. Previously, Brad held a position as a Series 7 and 52 licensed stockbroker. Brad received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and Psychology from the University of Rochester and a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh Law School.
Say-on-Pay Vote – Focus of Claims:
Binding Vote Re: Equity Incentive Plan– Focus of Claims:
Binding Vote Re: Equity Incentive Plans
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