Companies’ Claws May Have Limited Reach


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Although more companies are insisting on clawback provisions in executives’ contracts, their effectiveness as a tool to recoup bonuses and other compensation when things go bad remains to be seen. Some critics view them as legally questionable and point to, among other obstacles, conflicts with state wage laws that could be used to stymie a company’s attempt to reclaim pay.

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