The first quarter of 2021 has inundated full-service law firms with demand from corporate clients for legal counsel on how to navigate the uncertain disclosure process and reputational management of their business’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) activity.

ESG practitioners at Blank Rome, Ballard Spahr and Armstrong Teasdale say the influx of ESG-related matters has been driven by the Biden administration’s stated efforts to broaden the disclosure requirements for companies.

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