Tuesday, March 18, 2014
We here at the BLPB feel very lucky and excited to be able to follow up on Ann Lipton’s month of guest-blogging with a month of guest-blogging by Tamara Belinfanti and, furthermore, that Ann has agreed to come on board to blog with us on a regular basis going forward. We have no doubt that our readers will benefit greatly from all of this.
If you want to re-visit my original introductory post for Prof. Lipton, you can find it here. As for Prof. Belinfanti, I will as usual leave the bulk of the introduction to her but pass on the following from her New York Law School profile page, which you can find here. Welcome, Tamara & Ann!
Professor Belinfanti joined the faculty in fall 2009 and teaches Corporations, Contracts, and a corporate transactional skills seminar. Professor Belinfanti’s scholarly interests include general corporate governance matters, executive compensation, the proxy advisory industry, shareholder activism, and law, culture and identity. Prior to joining academia, Professor Belinfanti was a corporate attorney at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, where she counseled domestic and international clients on general corporate and U.S. securities regulation matters, and was co-editor of the securities law treatise, U.S. Regulation of the International Securities and Derivatives Market (Aspen, 2003). Professor Belinfanti received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 2000.