Carolyn Chen discusses her new book 'Work Pray Code: When Work Becomes Religion in Silicon Valley,' in which she argues that companies have replaced religious institutions as sources of meaning and identity for white-collar Americans.
Rossman, a top corporate defender and banker, explains why a new disclosure rule is a 'big win' for companies while changes to proxy contest rules will open the floodgates to activists nominating director candidates.
David Katz, a top corporate defender, explains why he is excited that the nation’s securities regulator just issued new tougher transparency rules for activists that he has been pushing for over a decade.
Kimberly Smith, head of the law firm's corporate department, discusses the current state of middle-market dealmaking, her work with family offices and increased regulatory scrutiny of even smaller deals.
Justin Savage, co-head of the environmental and automotive and mobility groups at Sidley Austin, discusses his unconventional path to law firm practice, what he learned at the DOJ and how he talks to boards and management teams about environmental issues.
Covington head of M&A and corporate Catherine Dargan discusses building her healthcare M&A practice, current issues in healthcare dealmaking and her approaches to diversity and inclusion and associate retention in this week's podcast.
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