Corporate Pay Conference June 3
Those interested in executive compensation are cordially invited to attend a half-day conference on the subject in New York June 3, sponsored by GWU Law’s Center for Law, Economics and Finance (C-LEAF).
To be held at the Century Club (7 W. 43rd St.), featured speakers are Treasury’s pay expert, Ken Feinberg (pictured at right), and institutional investor advocate, AFL-CIO Special Counsel, Damon Silvers, along with a pair of likewise distinguished panels.
C-LEAF in New York Conference: Executive Compensation
June 3, 2010
Century Club (7 W. 43rd Street)
Program Begins, 8:30 am, with welcoming remarks from GWU Law professor and C-LEAF head, Lawrence Mitchell.
Keynote One, 8:45, Kenneth Feinberg, Special Master for Executive Compensation, United States Department of the Treasury, designated as GWU Law’s Annual Manuuel F. Cohen Memorial Lecture.
Panel One, 9:45, on Pay as a Risk Factor, moderated by Michael Farber (Davis Polk & Wardwell), with contributions from Lisa Fairfax, Theresa Gabaldon and Lawrence Cunningham (all of GWU Law) and Ed Labaton (Labaton & Sucharow).
Panel Two, 11:00, on Reforms, moderated by Margarita Brose (Barclays Capital Markets), with contributions from John Buchman (E*Trade’s General Counsel), Anna Gelpern (American U. Law), Heidi Schooner (Catholic U. Law), and Art Wilmarth (GW Law).
Keynote Two, 12:45, Damon Silvers, Director of Policy and Special Counsel, AFL-CIO
This program is part of GWU Law’s Center for Law, Economics and Finance (C-LEAF), a think tank within GWU Law School, designed as a focal point for the study and debate of major issues in economic and financial law confronting the United States and the globe. It intends to operate primarily in Washington with a regular presence in New York and other major financial centers around the world.