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NEW YORK, March 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Having been buffeted by sustained attacks by activists and proxy-voting advisors over the past years, shareholder rights agreements (also known as “poison pills”) are no longer prevalent, but recent case law shows they can still be valuable anti-takeover devices, concludes the most recent installment of The Conference Board Director Notes series, Poison Pills in 2011.

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