Companies are under intense pressure to improve their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance.
Fixing Flawed Environmental Clauses in Joint Venture Legal Agreements: How Operators and Non-Operators Can Live Up to Their Environmental Stewardship Promises
Companies in the oil and gas, chemicals, and mining sectors are among those with the highest environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk profile.
Successful companies actively manage their businesses through periods of economic growth, downturn, and recovery.
Twelve years ago, we co-authored with CalPERS a set of guidelines for joint venture governance.
To make it through the downturn and return to growth, companies will need to rewire operations, reallocate resources, and in some cases reinvent business models. Joint ventures and partnerships can help many firms with those efforts.
The governance of public companies is profoundly important.
The boards of public companies are watched carefully to see how they’re doing on gender parity and other measures of diversity.
The oil and gas and mining industries have some of the highest environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risk profiles in the world. These risks expose corporations to potential liability in the locations they operate around the world.
Alliances play a major role in almost every industry—from airlines to oil exploration, from pharmaceuticals to semiconductors.