Executive Compensation: Backdating to the Future
Oversight of current issues regarding executive compensation including backdating of stock options; and tax treatment of executive compensation, retirement and benefits.
The Honorable Paul J.
Deputy Attorney GeneralDepartment of JusticeWashington , DC
CommissionerInternal Revenue ServiceWashington , D.C.
DirectorDivision of Enforcement, United States Securities and Exchange CommissionWashington , DC
EditorThe Corporate LibraryPortland , ME
William J. Friedman and Alicia Townsend Friedman Professor of Law, Economics, and Finance, Director, Program on Corporate GovernanceHarvard Law SchoolCambridge , MA
Professor Charles M.
Edgar S. Wooland, Jr., ChairJohn L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, Lerner College of Business and Economics, University of DelawareNewark , DE
Professor of AccountingThe Fox School of Business and Management, Temple UniversityPhiladelphia , PA
How do I submit a statement for the record?
Any individual or organization wanting to present their views for inclusion in the hearing record should submit a typewritten, single-spaced statement, not exceeding 10 pages in length. Title and date of the hearing, and the full name and address of the individual or organization must appear on the first page of the statement. Statements must be received no later than two weeks following the conclusion of the hearing.
Statements should be mailed (not faxed) to:
Senate Committee on Finance
Attn. Editorial and Document Section
Dirksen Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20510-6200