Corporations As Advocates: To Engage or Not to Engage? And If So, When? And How?
In an era of protests, boycotts and activism, executives face the potential loss of current and future customers, employees, suppliers, shareholders and -- especially when weighing in on politically sensitive matters -- the wrath of elected officials. Against this backdrop, even silence can alienate certain stakeholders. So, what should companies do?
Big Tech Has an Antitrust Problem. Does Antitrust Have a Big Tech Problem?
Three emerging trends in Washington are on a collision course that could not only reshape antitrust law, but also politicize it and overhaul its application and enforcement.
Businesses Should Expect – and Prepare for – Even More Scrutiny on Political Giving
What began with a few companies and organizations pausing political giving after the Capitol riot and GOP-led efforts to overturn the presidential election results has now turned into a movement.
When Deals Hear from Congress
How likely is your transaction to attract a congressional letter? We analyzed 301 letters over the past decade to understand the impact they have on M&A.
A Toss-Up: How Will Trump or Biden Govern When One Finally Wins?
Today, neither President Donald Trump nor his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, has secured the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House after an unprecedented, unpredictable campaign that played out amid a global pandemic, economic recession and a national reckoning on race.