Bernard Sharfman

Bernard Sharfman, a senior corporate governance fellow of RealClearFoundation, writes on public-policy trends and monitors and analyzes corporate governance rules proposed by federal agencies. He has been published in law reviews and blogs associated with Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Oxford, and Columbia Law Schools, among others.

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Author Archive

  • Sep 29, 2021
    Part of the bargain of being a public company in the United States is that the firm must submit to the authority of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and its ability to...
  • Jun 29, 2021
    As sure as there is going to be a hurricane season, mandatory climate-change disclosures of public companies, and perhaps private ones as well, are on their way. In March, the...