2015 No-Risk Trial to The Corporate Executive

The months ahead will be critical:

  • The Corporate Executive will bring you David Lynn's critical ongoing "must-have" analysis of the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act's new requirements, as well as the latest SEC interpretations and new rules implementing the Act.
  • With expectations now higher than ever—and potential exposure looming—upcoming issues of The Corporate Executive will give you critical guidance and insights into the latest proxy disclosure developments.

Stay on top of executive compensation developments:

  • Only The Corporate Executive identifies the latest best practices for your executive compensation program—as well as advice on the now required Say-on-Pay vote—providing you with everything you need to know to implement critical changes.
  • Upcoming issues of The Corporate Executive will tell you what works—and traps to avoid—when trying to make the most of your stock plans and other compensation programs.

How Much is It? Here are our 2015 rates:

  • $975 – for a single subscription
  • $925 – special rate (for those that also are The Corporate Counsel subscribers)
  • $190 – Additional copies (to same addressee)
  • Online access to over 20 years of Back Issues of The Corporate Executive – available to those that are subscribers to both TheCorporateCounsel.net and The Corporate Executive 1
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