Business

Assuaging Fears About Boardroom Gender Mandates

Assuaging Fears About Boardroom Gender Mandates

Scholars argue that gender-balancing policies will not reduce corporate value.

Regulating ESG Disclosure

Regulating ESG Disclosure

Experts explore the evolving sphere of ESG regulation in light of greater calls for corporate accountability.

Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

Changes to ERISA Open Door to ESG Investments

ERISA fiduciaries may now consider ESG in investment decision making.

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

Retirement Plan Fiduciaries Can Now Consider ESG Factors

The Labor Department issued a final rule allowing fiduciaries to consider ESG factors when deciding how to invest.

The Ticketing Industry Cannot Shake It Off

The Ticketing Industry Cannot Shake It Off

The Taylor Swift Eras Tour ticket controversy prompts lawmaker action.

Tailor-Made Fashion Regulation

Tailor-Made Fashion Regulation

Scholars address a growing “trend” of design piracy within the fashion industry.

Putting a Stop to Corporate Political Spending

Putting a Stop to Corporate Political Spending

Legal experts argue that corporate political spending harms both shareholders and management.

SEC Proposes Private Fund Reform to Protect Investors

SEC Proposes Private Fund Reform to Protect Investors

A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to enhance the regulation of private fund advisers receives critical comments.

Regulating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Boardrooms

Regulating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Boardrooms

Legislators and regulators respond to absence of LGBTQ+ individuals in boardroom diversity efforts and recruitment.

New California Law Forces Fast Food Restaurants to Think Fast

New California Law Forces Fast Food Restaurants to Think Fast

California governor enacts a law that gives fast food workers greater protections.

Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga

Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga

The FTC’s settlement with Facebook does little to change or restrict recidivist business practices.

Large Firms as Repeat Offenders

Large Firms as Repeat Offenders

Regulators must not provide special treatment to dominant companies that are caught repeatedly violating the law.