The State of Play on Clawbacks and Forfeitures Based on Misconduct

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLPClawback policies have been common for some time. However, because implementation of the proposed Dodd-Frank clawback rules may never be finalized, companies are beginning to implement or update executive compensation recoupment and forfeiture rules on their own based on investor sentiment, good governance principles, and recent events at CBS (and other #MeToo moments), Nissan, Equifax and other examples of supervisory failure.

  • Companies should determine whether clawbacks are mandatory or discretionary, whether fault is required in the case of financial restatements, and whether clawbacks should extend beyond financial restatements.
  • Companies should revisit whether the definition of “cause” used in forfeiture provisions in their severance and employment agreements and equity plans should cover reputational harm and adverse publicity to the employer.
  • Companies should consider implementing clawback policies to improve their ISS Equity Plan Scorecard scores if their stock plans are up for shareholder approval.

On July 1, 2015, the SEC issued proposed rules implementing Section 954 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which would obligate national securities exchanges to adopt listing standards that require listed companies to adopt and disclose clawback policies to recover from current and former executive officers’ excess incentive-based compensation attained during the three fiscal years preceding the date on which the company is required to prepare a financial restatement to correct a material error. Unlike the mandatory clawback requirements enforced by the SEC under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, to which public companies are already subject, under the proposed rules, no fault would be required for the clawback to apply, the clawback would apply to all current and former executive officers (instead of just the CEO and CFO), and enforcement of the clawback would fall on the issuer as opposed to the SEC.

However, the rules are only proposed, and there is uncertainty surrounding whether these rules will be finalized in light of the current political landscape. Given this uncertainty, companies are beginning to implement executive compensation recoupment and forfeiture rules on their own, based on investor sentiment, good governance principles, recent events at CBS (and other #MeToo moments), Nissan, Equifax and other examples of supervisory failure, and to improve their scores on the ISS Equity Plan Scorecard if the equity plan is being put up for shareholder approval. See ISS U.S. Equity Compensation Plans FAQ. ISS also awards full points to clawback policies which authorize recovery of gains from at least most equity awards in the event of a certain financial restatement. ISS defines “clawback” as a company’s ability to recoup performance-based awards (including any cash-based incentive awards, at a minimum) in the event of fraud, restatement of results, errors/omissions or other activities related to the above.

While many companies are adopting or modifying their existing clawback policies in a manner intended to meet the proposed Dodd-Frank clawback rules, some companies also go beyond these minimum requirements and include additional clawback triggers in their clawback policies and forfeiture provisions, such as detrimental behavior and violation of restrictive covenants.

Big investment funds (e.g., BlackRock and CalPERS) are increasingly encouraging companies to expand these clawback policies to provide discretion covering management misconduct that results in significant reputational harm or adverse publicity unrelated to a financial restatement and executives who supervise employees who engaged in misconduct.

Practice Note: It remains to be seen the extent to which clawbacks of already paid cash or stock are enforceable, particularly in California, which has a strong public policy favoring the protection of employees’ wages. In this respect, California Labor Code section 221 states that employers may not collect or receive any part of wages previously paid by the employer to an employee. California takes an expansive view of the term “wages”, which includes all amounts for labor performed by employees of every description, including bonuses and incentive compensation, but not stock options. To enhance enforceability, clawback provisions should be placed prominently in award agreements that participants acknowledge and sign.

To manage the risk of non-enforceability of clawbacks, these companies also have policies allowing for forfeiture of unearned, unvested or unexercised outstanding cash and equity incentives if an executive is terminated for “cause” or violates post-employment restrictive covenants. In states where forfeiture of earned amounts is generally disfavored (e.g., California), companies should make clear in the award documentation that the compensation is intended as an incentive for future services, and not a reward for past services. See Forfeiture Policy Comparison below.

Practice Note: Enforcement of forfeiture provisions tied to violations of restrictive covenants may still be problematic in states that generally disfavor or do not enforce restrictive covenants (e.g., California, where, for example, a court would be unlikely to enforce a clawback based on an unenforceable non-compete).

In response to these guidelines, companies are broadly reviewing their policies in the context of market direction, shareholder sentiment, and the need to balance flexibility to exercise discretion with enforcement issues and the negative perception of program participants that there are “strings attached.”

Following is a comparison of clawbacks and forfeiture policies at 10 major Silicon Valley employers and sample provisions. The sample clawback provision generally tracks the ISS Equity Plan Scorecard requirements.

Clawback Policy Comparison

A review of ten major Silicon Valley companies reveals that the Dodd-Frank proposed rule is pushing additional clawback provisions. However, uptake of additional requirements on top of the proposed rule appears to be slow, likely due in part to enforcement issues in California.

  • Eight of the ten major Silicon Valley companies surveyed have clawback policies covering cash and/or equity incentives, with differences in individuals covered and triggering events details above.

    The absence of clawbacks at Alphabet and Facebook may be related to significant inside voting controls.
  • Seven cover cash and equity awards, and one covers only equity.

    It is likely that all eight will move to cover cash and equity, which is what would be required under Dodd-Frank if the proposed rules are finalized.
  • Six may be triggered by financial restatements involving management misconduct, and four may be triggered by any financial restatement.

    Dodd-Frank does not require fault, and companies that do not require fault likely do so to avoid derivative lawsuits alleging they failed to enforce a fault-based clawback. Until the proposed Dodd-Frank rules are finalized, those companies that require fault do so because they are thereby only required to enforce clawbacks against responsible parties, i.e. executives whose fault caused a financial restatement.
  • Four may be triggered by detrimental behavior; another three may be triggered by a violation of restrictive covenants, in each case, without a restatement.

    These lower percentages are likely due to enforcement issues. For example, non-competes are generally not enforceable in California, which makes it difficult for an employer to assert that it is entitled to a clawback based on violation of a non-compete.

Sample Clawback Provision
This sample generally tracks the ISS Equity Scorecard requirements.

Recoupment. In the event that the Company is required to prepare restated financial results owing to an executive officer’s intentional misconduct or grossly negligent conduct, the Board of Directors (or a designated committee) shall have the authority, to the extent permitted by applicable law (including California law), to require reimbursement or forfeiture to the Company of the amount of bonus or incentive compensation (whether cash-based or equity-based) such executive officer received during the three fiscal years preceding the year the restatement is determined to be required, to the extent that such bonus or incentive compensation exceeds what the officer would have received based on an applicable restated performance measure or target. The Company will recoup incentive-based compensation from executive officers to the extent required under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and any rules, regulations and listing standards that may be issued under that act. Any right of recoupment under this policy will be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other rights of recoupment that may be available to the Company.

Forfeiture Policy Comparison

The forfeiture provisions enacted by the same ten Silicon Valley companies suggest that market norms and public perception are a governing factor when setting forfeiture policy. In light of recent events, we expect that companies will increasingly provide for forfeiture on account of reputational harm in connection with a “for-cause” termination for fraud or misconduct.

  • All ten of the major Silicon Valley companies surveyed have forfeiture provisions in their cash incentive plans and/or equity award agreements.

    This fact is not surprising, because most cash bonus plans require employment on the date of payment and equity plans provide for the forfeiture of unvested equity irrespective of the nature of the termination.
  • All have forfeiture provisions that apply to outstanding equity awards either generally upon any termination of employment or upon a “for-cause” termination.

    The “for-cause” termination provision generally applies to vested but unexercised stock options.
  • Four have forfeiture provisions triggered by reputational harm due to a “for-cause” termination for fraud or misconduct.

    This lower percentage will probably grow and will apply to vested but unexercised stock options and performance based RSUs (PRSUs) that would continue to vest upon retirement but for a “for-cause” termination, and unvested stock options and RSUs where continued vesting is provided in connection with a qualified retirement.
  • Two have forfeiture provisions that are triggered by detrimental activity/misconduct without a corresponding “for-cause” termination, and five have forfeiture provisions that are triggered by a violation of restrictive covenants.

    These lower percentages are probably attributable to it not being market-competitive to forfeit equity without a termination of employment. As to the restrictive covenants, this normally applies to the lower incidence of providing for continued vesting of equity awards at retirement.

Sample Equity Forfeiture Provision

Forfeiture. Upon the Participant’s termination of employment with the Constituent Companies for Cause or to the extent that the Participant otherwise takes such action that would constitute Cause, to the extent legally permissible, any outstanding stock options and RSUs shall immediately terminate. For purposes of this Agreement, “Cause” shall mean “cause” as defined in any employment or consultancy agreement (or similar agreement) or in any letter of appointment then in effect between the Participant and the Company or any Affiliate or if not defined therein (it being the intent that the definition of “Cause” shall include, at a minimum, the acts set forth below), or if there shall be no such agreement, to the extent legally permissible, (a) the Participant’s embezzlement, misappropriation of corporate funds, or other material acts of dishonesty, (b) the Participant’s commission or conviction of any felony, or of any misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, or entry of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any felony or misdemeanor, (c) engagement in any activity that the Participant knows or should know could harm the business or reputation of the Company or an Affiliate, (d) the Participant’s material failure to adhere to the Company’s or an Affiliate’s corporate codes, policies or procedures as in effect from time to time, (e) the Participant’s continued and material failure to meet minimum performance standards as determined by the Company or an Affiliate, (f) the Participant’s violation of any statutory, contractual, or common law duty or obligation to the Company or an Affiliate, including, without limitation, the duty of loyalty, or (g) the Participant’s material breach of any confidentiality or non-competition covenant entered into between the Participant and the Company or an Affiliate, including, without limitation, the covenants contained in this Agreement. The determination of the existence of Cause shall be made by the Company in good faith, which determination shall be conclusive for purposes of this Agreement.


Until the proposed Dodd-Frank rules are finalized, companies should adopt clawback policies that, in the event of a financial restatement, give them the discretion to select the executives from which to clawback and whether to recoup cash and equity incentives that were in excess of what should have been paid or earned based on the financial restatement. Based on enforcement issues, companies may not want to expand clawbacks beyond financial restatements or fraud. Companies should also review their executive employment agreements, severance policies, equity award agreements and cash incentive plans to make sure they have the ability to forfeit unpaid cash bonuses or severance and unvested and/or unexercised equity incentives in the event a CEO or other high-profile executive engages in misconduct whether or not it results in reputational harm or adverse publicity to the Company.

* Benchmarking data and information on investor clawback guidelines provided by F. W. Cook & Co. Inc.

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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