The Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance Monitor is a web publication of Gibson Dunn's Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance practice group. This is intended as a forum to share with our clients and friends our current thoughts on developments and trends in securities regulation, corporate governance and executive compensation. The views expressed here should not be construed as being the firm's policies or suggested best practices, or as substitute for legal advice that addresses specific facts and circumstances.
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