Battle Between Harvard University and SEC Commissioner Heats UpMark Melin
The battle over Harvard University’s Shareholder Rights program involving a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official is heating up.
Today thirty-four senior corporate lawyers or securities law professors from the nation’s top institutions issued a letter calling on Republican SEC Commissioner Daniel Gallagher and co-author Stanford University Professor Joseph Grundfest to withdraw allegations that Harvard University’s Shareholder’s Rights Project violated securities laws by assisting institutional investors in . . .
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