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Ropes & Gray lawyers discuss typical US liability management techniques and whether they could be applied in Europe
As firms consider whether to relist in jurisdictions such as Hong Kong SAR or go for a take-private, they will need to carefully weigh which route is best suited to them
If passed, the America Competes Act could introduce a CFIUS type body that judges outbound M&A transactions on their potential threat to US security and capabilities
While the level two framework has been delayed, level one requirements have not, which creates confusion for market participants
A multi-layered partnership brought government, development and private banks, and non-governmental organisations together to lower Belize’s debt burden by using natural resources for sustainability goals and marine conservation
Efforts to mandate human rights compliance into supply chain due diligence have come to the fore of the ESG movement, but practicalities remain unclear
The Commission’s new examination priorities tackle Regulation Best Interest, ESG and securities lending
Some on the buyside are pushing for clearer metrics and labels, but this can’t be said for all. Here they explain why


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    Rohan Massey and Edward Machin of Ropes & Gray explain how the law will impose a range of obligations on the use of high-risk AI technology