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After much anticipation, on March 6, 2024, the US Securities and Exchange Commission voted to adopt final rules that require reporting by public companies of climate change-related disclosure. While the final rules differ from the SEC’s controversial proposed rules in significant ways

The SEC announced an open meeting for March 6, 2024 to vote and consider adoption of final climate-related disclosure requirements for public companies. This comes after nearly two years since the SEC first proposed its controversial rules. Based on public statements from SEC representatives, it appears that the SEC will consider rules that do not

In the past year, Mayer Brown’s Larry Cunningham has twice testified before Congress on aspects of corporate governance and securities disclosure, along with co-authoring several comment letters on such topics as the SEC’s climate disclosure proposal and the FDIC’s corporate governance proposal.  Most recently, his written testimony from last month’s hearing on oversight of the

Mayer Brown’s Larry Cunningham testified today before the House Financial Services Committee at a hearing titled: Oversight of the SEC’s Proposed Climate Disclosure Rule: A Future of Legal Hurdles.

The SEC’s proposed climate risk disclosure rules, which we discussed here have proven to be quite controversial and generated significant comment from market participants.  The SEC is