Many companies and organizations are committed to Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) efforts as part of their own corporate directives, and in many instances, for their shareholders. This CLE is designed to help you understand and navigate the myriad of ESG legal considerations. It can be a challenge to know what risks to consider in order to set ESG strategy. Shareholders, suppliers, customers, communities, employees, governments, and non-governmental organizations must all be considered. We will cover who else should be involved, who is invested, what is voluntary and what may become mandatory, and the potential legal exposures so that you can start and maintain your ESG journey.
This valuable program is sponsored by the Charlotte Chapter of Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).
Thursday, November 18, 2021
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