The pandemic has thrown economies into the depths of recession. As a result, companies have been forced to examine their corporate governance practices, anticipate new types of litigation, and stay ahead of potential enforcement matters.
As you shift from emergency response to long-term strategic planning, explore our Bloomberg Law 2020: Business & Industry report, a collection of analyses from our experts designed to help you navigate the key issues that will shape your work in the weeks, months – and even years – ahead.
Anticipated antitrust actions regarding price gouging and hoarding
The possibility that virtual-only meetings will stifle shareholder communications
How the coronavirus could give gig workers leverage in the worker classification fight
Global counterparty risk considerations, including those related to force majeure
Why companies may need to rethink their approach to forward-looking disclosures
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