|Examining Corporate Voting System
The Institute for Law and Economics hosted
another successful Corporate Roundtable in April. This year all
panels and discussions focused on the corporate voting system.
Penn Law Professor Edward B. Rock participated in the morning
discussion along with commentator Vice Chancellor Leo E.
Strine, Jr., L’88, of the Delaware Chancery Court. Rock, who is
co-director of the Institute for Law and Economics, also served
as moderator for the afternoon panel with Penn Law Professor
and ILE co-director Michael L. Wachter. The afternoon panelists
explored problems with the corporate voting system and potential
remedies. A. Gilchrist Sparks III, L’73, partner at Morris
Nichols Arsht & Tunnell LLP, was among the panelists.