Michael Peregrine commented on New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer's lawsuit seeking more than $100 million from the former NYSE Chairman Richard Grasso in the June 1 issue of the Chicago Tribune. More cases like this are likely and it is alerting nonprofits to the areas regulators will be examining in compensation Mr. Peregrine commented. "I think it's a very powerful argument when an attorney general goes after a charity and says, 'You're paying your CEO too much.' It's really a helpful development for nonprofits, giving them added incentive to examine their own procedures," Mr. Peregrine said.