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Making Sense Of SEC’s NOBO-OBO Rules

Published in Law360
Article | February 19, 2010
The debate over proxy mechanics has focused on the desire of issuers to have more direct channels of communication with their retail shareholders, and a dissatisfaction with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s "NOBO-OBO" rules. This article responds to some of the questions that have arisen regarding these rules and the somewhat complicated regulatory context for communicating with retail shareholders.
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