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Stock Appreciation Rights And The Sec: A Case Of Questionable Rulemaking, Stuart R. Cohn Jan 1979

Stock Appreciation Rights And The Sec: A Case Of Questionable Rulemaking, Stuart R. Cohn

UF Law Faculty Publications

A stock appreciation rights (SARs) program is a form of deferred incentive compensation. Grantees are awarded SAR-units representing an equal number of the grantor’s equity shares currently being traded in public markets. SARs provide grantees the benefit of stock ownership without equity interest, investment, or risk of loss. Stock appreciation rights programs offer various advantages over other forms of executive compensation and have grown rapidly in number. These advantages include the availability of benefits without the requirement of monetary payments, the utilization of SARs as an interest-free form of financing the purchase of stock under tandem stock option programs ...


France: Libraries Of Law And Librarians, Claire M. Germain Jan 1979

France: Libraries Of Law And Librarians, Claire M. Germain

UF Law Faculty Publications

The author, who is a French national, made a curious discovery not long ago. Apparently nothing has been published concerning French law libraries and law librarians. In fact, very little had been written on French libraries at all. The thought of filling this gap slowly developed, prompted by a desire to contribute to the field of international law librarianship (and also perhaps by a touch of nationalistic pride!).

This paper is the result of a survey of French libraries with substantial law collections, undertaken in the winter of 1978-79 in Paris and the province. Long conversations were pursued with French ...