Don’t Leave Your Corporate Reputation in the Hands of Congress
Pandemic-related liability protections currently under consideration in Congress as part of the next potential coronavirus relief bill could reduce certain types of litigation risk, but legislation alone cannot address the effects of damaging legal allegations at a time of heightened public scrutiny.
Taking the Reins During a Bumpy Ride
The current global environment is potentially the hardest time a new executive will ever have to manage. We've compiled a few of the guiding principles we are advising the incoming CEOs of our clients to consider on day one as they start their new roles amidst a global crisis.
Q2 Financial Reporting During COVID-19: Still Far from Routine
We spoke with leading finance executives, investor relations officers and investors across industries ranging from consumer packaged goods to enterprise technology providers to try to get ahead of the complexities this reporting season will bring and to offer a few observations and recommendations.
Insider Trading and 10b5-1 Plans
Given the current environment, many believe that insider trading within predefined trading programs will grow. Senior Counselor Eileen Cohen recently shared her thoughts on this and 10b5-1 plans with The Conference Board.
Moratoriums and M&A: The New Normal for Politics and Deals
It is time for dealmakers to take a broader view in addressing and mitigating the impact of political scrutiny on M&A. Here are some key considerations for how to manage political risk.