Clawbacks, Ponzi Schemes, Executive Compensation, Executive Bonuses
In an earlier article also available on Scholarship Commons, Clawbacks: Prospective Contract Measures in an Era of Excessive Executive Compensation and Ponzi Schemes, Minnesota Law Review, Vol. 94, p. 368, 2009, Professors Miriam Cherry and Jarrod Wong set out an initial description and analysis of contractual clawback provisions. In this Reply, Profs. Cherry and Wong address three aspects of Michael Macchiarola's Response: its application of the clawback doctrine to the recoupment of executive compensation; the criticism that the clawbacks doctrine introduces latent subjectivity into contractual analysis; and the apparent operational difficulties in implementing clawbacks.
Cherry, Miriam A. and Wong, Jarrod, Reply: Clawback to the Future (December 17, 2010). Minnesota Law Review Headnotes, Vol. 95, p. 19, 2010.