ESG gets its day(s) in court

“The central question is, ‘Are you breaching your fiduciary by focusing on these ‘political’ questions or are you actually upholding your fiduciary by upholding value for your investors?’” Seyfarth Shaw partner Giovanna Ferrari says.

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