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     #shareholderactivism is a unique, publicly available database that tracks shareholder proposals in real time. See 2015 vote results for all shareholder proposals, and all management Say on Pay proposals, for the largest 250 U.S. public companies, as ranked by Fortune magazine. View vote results for all the 2015 hot button issues, including political spending and lobbying disclosure, separation of the roles of CEO and Chairman, and board declassification, posted as these companies hold their annual meetings and file vote results. Track proponents to see who are the most active (and most successful), and which companies they are targeting.

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2015 Proxy Season Wrap-Up
More shareholder proposals introduced and received majority support than in any year since 2010; New York City pensions’ proxy-access push mostly successful
By James R. Copland


Getting The Politics Out Of Proxy Season, Wall Street Journal, 04-23-15

Playing Politics With Pensions, Crain's New York Business, 09-07-14



Shareholder Activism Concerning Corporate Spending Disclosures

Participants included Jim Copland, Paul Atkins, Brian Cartwright, and Andrew Pincus.

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Proxy Monitor Conference
October 02, 2014

Center for Legal Policy & Proxy Monitor Conference - Part I
September 17, 2013

Center for Legal Policy & Proxy Monitor Conference - Part II
September 17, 2013

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