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By Linda Hesse, John MacGarty, Mathias Raabe, Florence Moulin
Currently in the European Union, no level playing field exists for asset management and rating agency activities when it comes to ensuring sustainability
By Joan McKown, Henry Klehm III, David Woodcock, David Bergers, Sarah L. Levine
Disclosure alone is not sufficient; material weaknesses need to be actively remediated.
By Alban Caillemer du Ferrage, Qian Hu
The endorsement of Europe's largest asset management association should promote use of the new 2002 ISDA Master Agreement (French law) on the European OTC derivatives market.
By Kathryn Fenton, J. Bruce McDonald, Ryan Thomas, Michael Gleason, Lauren Miller Forbes
The Federal Trade Commission, by a 3-2 party-line vote, has settled a vertical merger challenge in exchange for the merging companies' behavioral commitments.
By Courtney Lyons Snyder, Andy Stanton, Jayant W. Tambe, John Paul Putney
The Situation: The Pennsylvania Legislature passed Act 5 in 2017, which, among other things, created the Pennsylvania Public Pension Management and Asset Investment Review Commission ("Commission").
By Erica Youngstrom, Eric A. Lauria-Banta
A January 8, 2019, report released by the Rhodium Group, an energy-research firm, shows that the renewable energy industry still has not reached its full potential, as it reflected that carbon dioxide ("CO2") emissions in the U.S. increased 3.4 percent in 2018 after declining the three prior years.
By Laura D. Sheldon
Although the Middle East is home to some of the largest exports of oil and gas in the world, with a rising population and an 85 percent predicted increase in energy consumption over the next two decades, the region has started to embrace the development of renewable energy.
By Douglas W. Hall, Donald Munro, David Birnbaum, Kayla Davis
The National Mediation Board's proposed rule would create a direct decertification procedure, eliminating its current, convoluted "straw man" decertification procedure.
By Nicholas Faas
This fall and winter have seen a number of developments in Juliana v. United States, the kids' climate change lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.
By Armelle Sandrin-Deforge, Pierre Chevillard
Building on the Hague Court of Appeals decision of October 9, 2018, which ordered the Dutch government to take more effective actions to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, French non-governmental organizations (NGOs) likewise intend to hold the French state liable for its alleged failure to effectively combat climate change.
By Chris Papanicolaou
Presided over by the Polish government, the 24th Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change ("UNFCCC"), or "COP24," was held in Katowice, Poland, from December 2-14, 2018.
By Thomas Donnelly, Daniel Corbett
On December 13, 2018, the California Air Resources Board ("CARB") adopted amendments to California's cap-and-trade regulations to implement statutory directives under Assembly Bill 398 (2017) ("AB 398").
By Daniel Kazhdan, Blaney Harper
With the recent end of the government shutdown, governmental agencies are back on line and the ITC is no exception.
By George Cahill, Locke McMurray, Jayant W. Tambe
Though rare, divergent outcomes like this are not unprecedented in the CDS markets.
By Harriet Territt
Partner Harriet Territt discusses how technologies such as blockchain and digital currencies have outpaced regulators and the steps various governmental agencies are taking to address regulatory issues.
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