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Betty Moy Huber, Global Co-Chair of Latham’s Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Practice, advises clients on ESG matters, disclosures, and other regulatory guidance.
Ms. Huber advises public and private companies, funds and their boards on the full range of ESG-related corporate governance matters, including:
- ESG policies and disclosure
- Corporate culture and corporate social responsibility (CSR)
- Sustainable finance and “net-zero” and other climate change matters
- SEC and other mandatory and voluntary reporting and disclosure requirements
- Board oversight, risk management, composition and refreshment
- Fiduciary duties
- Board assessments
- Stakeholder engagement
- Shareholder proposals
Drawing on 25+ years of experience providing sophisticated and commercial advice and judgment across a broad spectrum of industries and market caps, Ms. Huber helps clients shape and develop ESG strategy, oversight, reporting and other programs to drive value while providing solutions to carefully addressing, managing and mitigating risk.
Ms. Huber frequently speaks and writes for the American Law Institute, American Bar Association, Aspen Institute's Business & Society Program, New York State and City Bar, Practising Law Institute, and the Society for Corporate Governance. A former member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Advisory Council, she is quoted in various media outlets, including the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, and the American Banker. She lectures on ESG matters at law schools, including for the NYU School of Law’s Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance, the University of Virginia School of Law and University of Florida Levin College of Law.
Before joining Latham, Ms. Huber was Co-Head of the ESG Group as well as of the Environmental Practice Group at a global law firm.