Insights on topics of interest to our clients and the business, legal, and media communities.
Updates on the legal and regulatory issues for corporations, financial institutions, and individuals.
Guidance on a wide range of issues including healthcare provider issues, business supply chain disruption, employer questions, among many other issues.
Updates on the far-reaching General Data Protection Regulation that affects roughly two-thirds of the world’s business leaders.
Source materials and our analyses related to business and compliance strategies in response to the changing regulatory landscape for providing advice to retail investors.
As the frequency and ferocity of extreme weather events and natural disasters increase, companies are facing a range of legal and regulatory issues stemming from the fallout. Severe weather events and natural disasters—and the disruption and infrastructure damage that often follow—can lead to challenges related to insurance recovery disputes, government and regulatory investigations, consumer class actions, wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits, mass tort cases, securities litigation, and more. Implications to employee policies, tax considerations, cybersecurity issues, and bankruptcy and restructuring considerations also may arise.
Resources for startups for how quickly begin moving your venture forward.
Analyses and thinking along with access to primary source materials and related events in this complex area of environmental law.
US-China relations continue to experience profound structural changes and foundational shifts that affect the global economic tensions between the countries. The relationship is only expected to grow in complexity as the US and Chinese governments take legal, regulatory, and policy actions that have far-reaching effects—both within the countries and among their global partners.
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is a generational investment to repair legacy infrastructure across the United States and to unleash investment in future projects while promoting new technologies and streamlining permitting. The $1.2 trillion investment includes $550 billion in new federal infrastructure spending over five years for airports, railways, ports and waterways, power grids, broadband internet, and other major long-term projects.