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Corporate governance

Law firms globally have had to measure their response, striking a careful balance between employee needs, public opinion and reputational risk
Despite initial progress following the EU’s Gender Directive, gender equality is losing ground in Europe's boardrooms
DOJ’s uncertain application of heightened disclosure standards to corporate recidivists leave companies in limbo
A combination of rising workloads, shrinking budgets and ever-expanding regulatory burdens is testing corporate law departments’ limits
The past decade has seen a paradigm shift, with the power moving from shareholder and C-suite to activists and regulators pushing non-financial demands
David Bernstein of Goodwin Procter argues that required US disclosures regarding compensation are excessive
In a rare convergence, the EU has followed in the US’s footsteps and banned use of the app on officials' devices
Emily Butler and Brad Dragoon of Charles River Associates explain why privacy protection will lead to opacity around corporate entities


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    As awareness of the importance of ESG issues has grown, attention has turned to how to measure and evaluate their impact on companies. Seung-Kook Synn, Keun Woo Lee and Hee Yang of Yoon & Yang explain more
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    Truong Nhat Quang, Nguyen Van Hai, Duong Nguyen and Dinh Hai Long of YKVN discuss recent initiatives to promote ESG best practices in Vietnam, including legislative and policy initiatives, the development of a new index and the launch of green bonds
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    Progress on business and human rights in the public sector in South Korea has been impressive but, as Sung Taek Lim and Chang Wook Min of Jipyong explain, further progress is needed in the private sector