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November 30, 2022

COP27: Five Key Takeaways for Corporate Directors

If last year’s COP26 in Glasgow was all about making commitments, the focus of this year’s Sharm ...

By Kristina Wyatt

November 10, 2022

Coping with Clawbacks: A Director’s Guide for 2023

Come January 2023, the 118th Congress may launch a new deregulatory agenda, encouraged by increas...

By Alexandra R. Lajoux

October 14, 2022

Three Climate Lessons From NACD Summit 2022

There have been myriad climate crises in 2022, from floods, record-breaking heat, and drought to ...

By Natalie Heavren

September 27, 2022

The SEC’s Climate Proposal and Assurance: Three Considerations for Audit Committees

n response to increasing global demand from investors and other financial markets stakeholders fo...

By Julie Bell Lindsay

September 1, 2022

What the Universal Proxy Card Means for Directors

On Sept. 1, 2022, the new “universal proxy” rules of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (S...

By Kai H. E. Liekefett, Derek Zaba, and Leonard Wood

August 31, 2022

How Will SEC’s Newest Pay Disclosure Rule Shape Board Views of Executive and Company Performance?

On Aug. 24, 2022, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted 3 to 2 to pass a long-pen...

By Alexandra R. Lajoux

August 25, 2022

How Resilient Is Your Business to Nature Loss?

The consequences of environmental degradation on businesses are wide-ranging.

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By Swenja Surminski

August 23, 2022

SEC Cyber-Risk Governance and Its Boardroom Business Resilience Implications

Earlier this year the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released proposed cybersecurity...

By Chris Hetner

July 25, 2022

Plastic and Recyclability Litigation: Best Practices to Minimize Risk

The disruptive increase in plastic-related environmental, social, and governance (ESG) litigation...

By Mark Goodman and Christina M. Wong

June 16, 2022

US Public Company D&O Insurance Market Sees Pricing Relief, Strong Competition

For the first time in four years, it is likely that an increasing number of public companies will...

By Matthew McLellan