Professor Jackson is nominated oppose offered a place on the nominated slate of directors that Harold Simmons, Lockheed’s largest shareholder, has for Lockheed’s board of Lockheed to the slate in the spring 1990 elections. Jackson must decide whether to join Simmons’ slate. The case raises the question, what factors should you in deciding whether or not to join such a slate to take, and the general question of the role of proxy battles in corporate governance.

Professor Jackson is nominated oppose offered a place on the nominated slate of directors that Harold Simmons, Lockheed’s largest shareholder, has for Lockheed’s board of Lockheed to the slate in the spring 1990 elections. Jackson must decide whether to join Simmons’ slate. The case raises the question, what factors should you in deciding whether or not to join such a slate to take, and the general question of the role of proxy battles in corporate governance.
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Jay W. Lorsch,
James E. Sailer
Source: Harvard Business School
11 pages.
Publication Date: Feb 15, 1991. Prod #: 491025-HCB-ENG
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