Post-Election Analysis: The Future of US Policy and Implications for Businesses and the Economy
The US federal election could have sweeping regulatory and legislative impacts across virtually every major sector of the economy. To help understand how government policy might change over the next four years and what that means for domestic and global businesses, we invite you to join the first of our post-election programs.
As we pass 100 days since the end of the Brexit transition period, it is time to reflect on what we have learnt so far in relation to how the end of Free Movement rights has affected British citizens and UK companies operating within the European Economic Area (EEA) and EEA citizens and EEA companies operating in the UK.
In this latest webinar in our IBOR Transition series, we will discuss the recent New York LIBOR legislation and analyze some of the key litigation risks that the cessation of LIBOR presents in spite of such legislation.
In this latest in our LIBOR Transition series, Mayer Brown Partner Ash McDermott and UK Finance LIBOR Transition Director Daniel Cichocki will focus primarily on the impact of recent announcements and development on market participants.
President Biden committed the United States to a 50-52 percent reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) “pollution” from 2005 levels by 2030.
Luiz Gustavo Bezerra discusses carbon emissions in Brazil.
As businesses emerge from COVID with a significant amount of corporate debt, the landscape in the financial markets have also evolved: The focus on ESG issues has intensified. It is timely to take stock of where we are and consider how ESG issues could affect refinancings and restructurings of debt going forward. This article highlights seven key potential development areas through considering recent legal developments, market practices and trends.
Advertising “Sustainability” and “Green Claims” in Products and Services in the EU: Fancy Commercial Practice Can Be a Real Legal Challenge
The EU Green Deal announces the circular economy goal, which can only be achieved with the full mobilization of society and industry through the implementation of an integral EU policy for sustainability.
On April 21, 2021, the European Commission adopted a comprehensive package of measures to help improve the flow of money toward sustainable activities across the European Union.
Mark R. Uhrynuk discusses sustainability and related regulatory developments across Asia.
Christina Thomas and Jonathan Becker discuss the recent changes that the Biden Administration has implemented, as well as the changes on the horizon, in relation to climate change.
Luiz Gustavo Bezerra discusses corporate strategies to achieve Net Zero (in Portuguese).
As the world marks Earth Day 2021, and global leaders, and society at large, call for urgent action to combat “the coming disasters of climate change and environmental destruction”, it is an apposite time to consider the role of company directors in promoting positive environmental practices.
“Just-In-Time” is a series of written interviews with experts from different backgrounds, all of whom have extensive experience with supply chains, including knowledge of current trends and future developments. Issue 2 features Peter Szczensny, Head of Commercial Development & Health Politics, Grünenthal GmbH
In an article published by IFC Review, Mark Uhrynuk and Alexander Burdulia help asset owners make better sustainable investment decisions in Southeast Asia by outlining ESG investment risks in the region, as well as relevant risk mitigation strategies in public and private markets.