The Push for Inclusive Capitalism

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David Berger is a partner at Wilson Sonsini in Silicon Valley, where he specializes in corporate governance and M&A litigation as well as rapid response shareholder activism. More importantly for this conversation, David served on the Commission responsible for developing the Framework for Inclusive Capitalism which was released in February. David spoke about how the Commission came together and some of the framework’s key recommendations as well as the detrimental effects of shareholder primacy, a topic David has written extensively about and which is reflected in the framework’s recommendations to give workers a greater say in how corporations are run. Read the Framework for Inclusive Capitalism here:

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