Companies around the world are keenly watching how potential changes to US regulatory, legislative, and financial policy could affect global business. As many individuals and corporations are still grappling with the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Morgan Lewis has created a resource to help companies navigate the steady stream of workplace policy shifts, guide corporations and investors to the latest aid available for rebuilding, decipher the intersection of global laws for multinational companies, and interpret the meaning of the latest developments for climate, health, and social issues.
To help clients navigate potential policy changes during the Biden administration’s First 100 Days, Morgan Lewis will analyze executive orders as they are issued or reversed, key agency appointments, and enacted and proposed regulations.
As the US accelerates its goal of delivering safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines, employers, healthcare providers, and many others are considering the potential implications for their industries and organizations.
Among the ever-shifting “safer at home” orders, evolving workplace safety measures, and a steady stream of new regulatory guidance from governments around the world, employers are looking for the most up-to-date information to stay agile and in compliance.
Economic recovery from a global pandemic will take different forms across industries, including access to funds, changing tax and reporting requirements, consumer protection updates, and new rules on litigation.
The intersection of law and politics has always had a significant impact on regulations for multinational companies. From data privacy laws to international trade and international enforcement trends, the interplay of regional laws and global regulators is a key priority for many businesses.
As the most proactive companies plan for the future, the importance of a sustainable footprint, innovative healthcare, and community engagement is factoring into business development and continuity plans.