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Understanding Trump 30 Years Ago

October 1, 2020

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Covering the Debate Debacle #4 — ELECTION INTEGRITY

September 30, 2020

Six months into the COVID crisis, our work continues, much of it from home. We’ve continued to produce The Sidley Podcast, with all remote production since March, as well as our work for other clients. My reporting and anchoring continued through the summer for Bloomberg and WCBS. Yesterday, WCBS asked me to cover the Presidential […]

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Covering the Debate Debacle #3 — RACISM

September 30, 2020

Six months into the COVID crisis, our work continues, much of it from home. We’ve continued to produce The Sidley Podcast, with all remote production since March, as well as our work for other clients. My reporting and anchoring continued through the summer for Bloomberg and WCBS. Yesterday, WCBS asked me to cover the Presidential […]

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Covering the Debate Debacle #2 — COVID

September 30, 2020

Six months into the COVID crisis, our work continues, much of it from home. We’ve continued to produce The Sidley Podcast, with all remote production since March, as well as our work for other clients. My reporting and anchoring continued through the summer for Bloomberg and WCBS. Yesterday, WCBS asked me to cover the Presidential […]

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Covering the Debate Debacle #1 — INCIVILITY

September 30, 2020

Six months into the COVID crisis, our work continues, much of it from home. We’ve continued to produce The Sidley Podcast, with all remote production since March, as well as our work for other clients. My reporting and anchoring continued through the summer for Bloomberg and WCBS. Yesterday, WCBS asked me to cover the Presidential […]

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The Sidley Podcast: Insider Trading and the COVID-19 Impact

September 23, 2020

Volatile stock markets are creating more opportunities for insider trading. As U.S. businesses try to return to normal amid COVID-19, the SEC is ramping up its response to potential securities violations. In the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority is warning companies to further protect inside information. How has enforcement of insider trading changed, and how […]

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The Sidley Podcast: Can the Yellow School Bus Go Green?

September 22, 2020

The classic yellow school bus is turning green. Electric buses may continue to grow in popularity, and the so-called “vehicle-to-grid” technology enables the new buses both to store and draw power. Yet, there is a state-versus-federal regulatory battle that could stifle this innovation. Who can benefit from this technology, and how can companies, utilities, and […]

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Westchester County Democratic Committee Forum, Sept. 1, 2020

September 22, 2020

And the result… Westchester Democrats choose Suzanne Berger as first new leader in 16 years https://www.lohud.com/story/news/politics/2020/09/18/westchester-county-democratic-committee-suzanne-berger-bill-serratore/3480555001/ Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

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Shareholder Activism in the COVID-19 Era

July 21, 2020

https://www.sidley.com/en/insights/newsupdates/2020/07/podcast-shareholder-activism-in-the-covid19-era The COVID-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for businesses and their boards of directors. One of the critical matters boards always contend with is the threat of shareholder activism. Now, there is increased scrutiny of how well boards are managing the COVID-19 crisis. How are activists responding, and how can companies plan and react effectively? […]

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NHS TALKS EPISODE 8: CONTROLLING COVID-19 & TOBACCO CHALLENGES IN GREECE

June 22, 2020

PANELISTS DR. PANAGIOTIS BEHRAKIS, DIRECTOR, INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH, THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF GREECE Dr. Behrakis is a pulmonologist and leading Public Health expert in respiratory physiology and tobacco control. He is the Director and Founder of the Institute of Public Health at the American College of Greece, Director of the George D. Behrakis Research Lab of […]

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