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Q4 2020: ESG: Beyond the Initials & Top Women in Dealmaking

The Deal’s Q4 Dealmaker Quarterly takes a close look at the environmental, social and governance movement to examine just how seriously the financial world is taking these issues. The edition also features The Deal’s 2020 Top Women in Dealmaking honorees, which includes the top women in the legal world as nominated by their peers.

Q3 2020: The 2020 Deal Awards & Coping with Covid

The Q3 Dealmaker Quarterly features the The Deal’s Large Cap and Middle Market Awards for 2020 and weighs the impact of Covid-19 on the dealmaking world.

Q1 2020: New World, New Rules

The Q1 Dealmaker Quarterly offers readers a deep dive into what the November U.S. presidential election could mean for antitrust, corporate governance, shareholder activism and private equity. The Quarterly also includes profiles of the latest crop of M&A partners at law firms, whom we christen Rising Stars.

Q4 2019: Diversity in Dealmaking

Our Q4 The Dealmaker Quarterly delineates the lack of gender diversity in private equity and profiles the women out to change that. Q4 also features an analysis of how middle-market PE firms are widening the scope of their dealmaking.

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