Corporate and Securities: E-Proxy Becomes Mandatory on January 1, 2009 - Two Questions That Your Company Should be Asking Now.


On January 1, 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission's E-proxy rules become mandatory for all companies that are subject to the Commission's proxy rules. This means that all companies that are subject to the Commission's proxy rules will be required to post their proxy materials on an Internet website. To prepare your company for compliance, you should ask the following two questions.

Will your company use its own website or use a third party for posting proxy materials ?

How will your company deliver its proxy materials?

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