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Security Holder Director Nominations Roundtable -
Statements of Participants
(File No. S7-19-03)

Lucian Arye Bebchuk
William J. Friedman and Alicia Townsend Friedman Professor
of Law, Economics, and Finance
Harvard Law School, and
Research Associate,
National Bureau of Economic Research
    •  The Case for Shareholder Access to the Ballot
    •  The Case for Shareholder Access: A Response to the Business Roundtable
    •  Designing a Shareholder Access Rule

Richard J. Daly
Group Co-President
Brokerage Services Group
Automatic Date Processing, Inc.
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Evelyn Y. Davis
Highlights and Lowlights
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Jill Fisch
Alpin J. Cameron Professor of Law
Fordham Law School
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Les Greenberg
Chairman, Committee of Concerned Shareholders
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Joseph A. Grundfest
W. A. Franke Professor of Law and Business
Stanford Law School
    •  Advice and Consent: An Alternative Mechanism for Shareholder Participation in the Nomination and Election of Corporate Directors

Lance E. Lindblom
President and CEO, The Nathan Cummings Foundation
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Martin Lipton and Steven A. Rosenblum
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz
    •  Election Contests In the Company's Proxy: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come

Ira M. Millstein
Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Richard H. Moore
Treasurer, State of North Carolina
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Denise L. Nappier
Connecticut State Treasurer
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Stephen A. Odland
Chairman, Corporate Governance Task Force, The Business Roundtable
Chairman, President & CEO, AutoZone Inc.
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Franklin D. Raines
Co-Chairman, The Business Roundtable
Chairman & CEO, Fannie Mae
    •  Statement for Roundtable

Damon A. Silvers
Associate General Counsel, AFL-CIO
Michael Garland
Office of Investment, AFL-CIO
    •  The Origins and Goals of the Fight for Proxy Access

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld
Associate Dean for Executive Programs
Yale School of Management
    •  Good Governance and the Misleading Myths of Bad Metrics

E. Norman Veasey
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Delaware
    •  Roundtable Follow-up Remarks




Modified: 04/30/2004