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.
Beyond the VP Pick – 5 Things Companies Need to Prepare for Heading into the 2020 Elections
We have identified five “below the radar” variables for companies to consider that will influence politics, policymaking and advocacy in 2021.
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.
Big Business as Political Props: Operate Cautiously in this Pandemic-Shaped Election Year
Businesses are operating in an unprecedented time, with a public health crisis triggering an economic shock that has led to enormous federal support for the private sector. Companies trying to navigate this new reality face an additional complexity: a presidential and congressional election year.
Washington’s Economic Intervention
Washington responded to the COVID-19 pandemic this week with unprecedented government intervention in the economy, ushering in a new reality for businesses large and small.