Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)
As business issues involving climate change, sustainability, human rights, and shareholder activism continue to affect the global marketplace, corporations, investors, and board directors need to understand how these factors may impact their business and how they are driving regulatory and market change. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) are the main factors in determining whether a company, investment, or country is sustainable, responsible, and ethical, and they extend beyond purely financial measures as influencers of long-term investments. Our insights cover a variety of issues related to matters commonly grouped under ESG, including climate change and related litigation, sustainable finance transactions, impact investing, supply chain and human rights issues such as human trafficking, corporate governance, and shareholder activism.
Taiwan Offshore Wind Farm Projects: Updates to Guide Investors and Financiers through the Legal and Regulatory Framework
Recent Developments in Shareholder Derivative Litigation Concerning Diversity in Corporate Leadership