Michael Peregrine was quoted in the May 25 issue of USA Today in an article reporting on New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's groundbreaking lawsuit against the former head of the New York Stock Exchange, Richard Grasso. Spitzer is suing Grasso to return "in excess of $100 million" arguing Grasso's pay was unreasonable under New York state laws governing not-for-profit institutions such as the NYSE. "Spitzer's suit shines a bright light on the process by which nonprofit organizations establish compensation," commented Mr. Peregrine. "You have billion-dollar nonprofits across the country, and this is an enormously hot issue right now."