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Environmental advocacy group As You Sow has sent climate-focused shareholder resolutions to five major U.S. banks. The resolutions request that the banks disclose their climate transition plans for meeting financed emissions reduction targets, “including the specific measures and policies to be implemented, reductions to be achieved by such measures and policies, and timelines for implementation and associated emission reductions.”
On January 2, the New York City (NYC) Comptroller, Brad Lander, the NYC Employees’ Retirement System, the NYC Teachers’ Retirement System, and the NYC Board of Education Retirement System, announced that they had submitted shareholder proposals to three U.S. banks and one Canadian bank. The proposals, addressed to Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Royal Bank of Canada, seek to require the banks to disclose their absolute greenhouse gas (GhG) emissions targets for 2030.
We previously we took an initial look at hedging in real estate financing transactions. In this article, we discuss the various hedging products that we commonly see in real estate financings.
Cadwalader Tax Group chair and partner Linda Swartz will be a featured speaker at the 25th Annual Real Estate Tax Forum in New York.
Cadwalader is proud to be a Platinum sponsor at the 12th Annual Global Fund Finance Symposium.
Cadwalader is proud to be a Gold sponsor at SFVegas 2023.
Recently, there have been rumblings of antitrust enforcement in response to the increasing prominence of corporate policies furthering environmental, social and governance (‘ESG’) goals. The ESG moniker has been used as shorthand for a broad range of initiatives by private actors, including collaborative efforts to issue industry-wide “best practices,” adherence to environmentally conscious production processes, and commitments to sustainable investing.
On December 19, 2022, Chief Justice Seitz issued an opinion for a unanimous Delaware Supreme Court, sitting en banc, reversing and remanding the Delaware Court of Chancery’s decision in Bandera Master Fund LP v. Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, an action brought by former minority unitholders alleging breaches of the Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP (“Boardwalk”) Partnership Agreement.
Looking back, 2022 was light on groundbreaking appellate-level securities decisions. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, however, closed out the year with a notable decision in Menora Mivtachim Insurance Ltd. v. Frutarom Industries Ltd., articulating a new, restrictive conception of the purchaser-seller rule that limits the class of plaintiffs with standing to recover under Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 thereunder.
BrassTax is a monthly newsletter that provides clear and concise insights on important tax developments.
Cabinet News & Views is a weekly newsletter covering news in the financial services industry.
Cadwalader Climate is a twice-weekly newsletter that summarizes and provides the legal implications of climate-related developments.
Fund Finance Friday is a weekly market intelligence update for the fund finance market from Cadwalader.
REF News & Views is a monthly newsletter comprised of news and commentary around legal matters concerning mortgage finance, mezzanine finance, loan sales and construction finance.
State Attorney General Insider is a newsletter on the latest notable cases and updates from within the State Attorneys General community.
Our podcasts delve into the legal trends shaping global business – from financial regulations to fund finance, investigations and more.
With the pending cessation of panel LIBOR on June 30, 2023, the LSTA’s Tess Virmani and Meredith Coffey recorded a video with Cadwalader partners Lary Stromfeld and Jeff Nagle that discusses the LIBOR transition, synthetic LIBOR, how the LIBOR Act and Final Rule may fit into remediation plans, and how LSTA members might consider analyzing their credit agreements for remediation. You can access the video and slides here.
In this installment of our Finance Forum Focus Series, Cadwalader partners Lary Stromfeld and Jeffrey Nagle discuss the latest LIBOR transition developments.