The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance published an article on Congressional Republicans’ opposition to the 2022 U.S. Department of Labor ESG Rule that reversed the environmental, social and governance ESG investing rule for retirement plans adopted under the Trump administration.
This article was co-authored by Joshua Lichtenstein, employment, executive compensation and employee benefits partner and head of the firm's ERISA fiduciary practice, Michael Littenberg, partner and global head of Ropes & Gray’s ESG, CSR and Business and Human Rights practice, and associates in the employment, executive compensation and employee benefits and ERISA practice Jonathan Reinstein, Reagan Haas, and Alexa Voskerichian.
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