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- BRG, July 13, 2020
Ian Mackie discusses how structural and technical issues within the commercial real estate valuation market will continue to create uncertainties.
- BRG Corporate Finance, Q2 2020
The report includes news, performance metrics, and our proprietary view of valuation multiples for the Public GPs.
- Legaltech News, July 7, 2020
David Kalat writes about VoIP technology, how dial-up modems came to be used for video games and voice calls, and VoIP's current and future use in communications.
- ValueWalk, July 6, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about divesting holdings of stock of companies in businesses related to fossil fuel production and managing tradeoffs between the costs and benefits of fossil fuel use.
- Strategic Management Journal, August 2020
David Teece coauthored an article about correlations of firm profitability with firm performance and how dynamic capabilities could increase the flow of resources across business segments.
- BRG Retail, July 1, 2020
Retailers must redefine their cost structure by identifying and attacking savings opportunities that can be achieved in a rapidly changing business environment.
- Project Syndicate, July 1, 2020
Laura Tyson writes about unemployment and subsidies, small business loans, and federal funding for state and local governments.
- BRG, June 30, 2020
Ben Fouracre writes about Japan and China's relations, supply-chain reliance, and long-term strategy in response to COVID-19.
- Digitalization Is Upending Global Logistics, Now Augmented by COVID-19’s Social Distancing ImperativeForbes, June 30, 2020
Harry Broadman writes about global logistics and how businesses are diversifying international supply chains, increasing their efforts to mitigate risks, and exploiting growth opportunities.
- BRG, June 29, 2020
- BRG, June 29, 2020
Joe Sergienko, John DelPonti, and Michael Canale write about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic shutdown on the credit portfolios of banks; and how banks need to prepare for potential losses and begin managing their credits actively for the period when government backstops expire.
- BRG Healthcare Transactions and Strategy, June 25, 2020
More than 2,000 physicians, payers, and patients took part in a detailed survey over several months—before and during the coronavirus pandemic—chronicling their healthcare experiences, changing attitudes, and anticipated future healthcare decisions.
- ThinkSet, June 25, 2020
Matt Meinel writes that businesses have a data-privacy compliance challenge, and the DPO-as-a-service model is a compliant and cost-effective way to protect your company’s personal data.
- BRG Retail, June 24, 2020
The COVID-19 epidemic changed everything in retail. How will stores reopen to serve shoppers? Transformation must be comprehensive and address the changing needs of the consumer, business, and workforce.
- BRG Corporate Finance research, June 19, 2020
The May edition reviews topics including employment, retail sales, consumer confidence, and bankruptcies.
- BRG, June 19, 2020
- BRG, June 18, 2020
Paula Harms writes about guidelines and restrictions for states to follow to resume elective surgeries; and how accountable, clear, and metric-driven goals will assist in the execution of the operational plans.
- ThinkSet, June 18, 2020
Keith Jelinek discusses how high-touch businesses like barbershops and gyms are facing unique challenges as a result of COVID-19.
- BRG, June 16, 2020
Dante Quaglione writes about how the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to raise affordability issues and affect consumer patterns and spending capacity.
- Comments on Petition for Declaratory Order of New England Ratepayers Association Concerning Unlawful Pricing of Certain Wholesale SalesFederal Energy Regulatory Commission, June 15, 2020
Charles Cicchetti coauthored comments about whether state regulators should retain jurisdiction over retail tariffs that structure a banking relationship of retail credits rather than a sale of distributed energy resources and net energy metering.
- Petroleum Economist, June 12, 2020
BRG's Energy & Climate practice writes about energy implications of COVID-19, the outlook for oil, gas resiliency, investment in renewable energy, the energy transition, and climate change policies.
- BRG Retail, June 12, 2020
Shifts in consumer preferences require new approaches to fulfillment strategies for retailers, who need to pivot quickly and adapt fulfillment networks to capture consumer demand.
- Policy & Medicine, June 2020
- ValueWalk, June 11, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about potential issues for the bottom line, charging, and service of electric trucks and competition among companies.
- ThinkSet, June 10, 2020
The economy of Asia, like much of the world, is being ravaged by COVID-19. Stuart Witchell discusses what to expect in the coming months and years.
- ValueWalk, June 7, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about how entrepreneurs and investors who provide funding may ignore fundamentals, price their companies with unrealistic expectations about the future, and downplay existing competition.
- Legaltech News, June 5, 2020
David Kalat writes about Matthew Turk and Alex Pentland's “Face Recognition Using Eigenfaces" and how facial recognition developed by looking at a three-dimensional problem in a two-dimensional way.
- BRG, June 3, 2020
Denise Tinkel writes about how CDI team members must support physicians through the query process, as provider focus has shifted to COVID-19.
- BRG Retail, June 3, 2020
- ThinkSet, June 3, 2020
COVID-19 will change corporate culture. Randy Moon discusses how leaders will have to change with it and pay attention to their employees.
- Compliance Officers Take Note: DOJ Emphasizes Increased Use of Analytics and Data Access in Revised Corporate Compliance GuidanceBRG client alert, June 3, 2020
Edward Buthusiem and Briannon Irwin write about revisions to the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice's “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.”
- Law360, June 2, 2020
Greg Halm writes about how the residential mortgage relief element of the CARES Act is being financed and the effect this may have on loan servicers.
- The Current State of the US Labor Market as a Result of the Pandemic, Return to Work, and Potential Employment Litigation RisksBRG, June 2, 2020
Dubravka Tosic provides an overview of the impact of COVID-19 on the US labor market and reviews a number of employment litigation risks to consider during the reopening.
- BRG, June 2020
Aaron Vandervelde writes about the growth of the 340B program and of the average discount off the list price of a drug purchased through the program, as well as the impacts of this considerable growth.
- Want a Repeat of Bankrupt U.S. Trade Policy to Start Another Great Depression? Let Washington Withdraw America from the WTOForbes, May 31, 2020
Harry Broadman writes about protectionism in the United States, the political debate surrounding the World Trade Organization, and the trade war with China.
- Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development | Horizons, Spring 2020
Branko Terzic writes about how all segments of society will need to provide individual and collective efforts to incorporate lessons learned for use in, and create playbooks for dealing with, future crises.
- ThinkSet, May 26, 2020
Andrew Eckstein discusses how, with deal volume shrinking and the economy struggling, COVID-19 is changing M&A due diligence.
- BRG, May 26, 2020
Phil Alves, Greg Harman, and Sibahle Magadla write about amendments to South Africa’s competition law and potential implications for dominant firms.
- CoStar, May 21, 2020
Ian Mackie writes about how COVID-19 has impacted relationships between commercial property landlords and tenants, and how agreements can be amended to reflect the changing world.
- BRG Retail, May 20, 2020
- ThinkSet, May 20, 2020
- BRG, May 20, 2020
Walter Mix writes about how banks can position themselves to survive COVID-19 and how to address the immediate and long-term impacts of this highly unpredictable generational crisis.
- BRG, May 18, 2020
Terri Marshall and Gabrielle Fanning-Dowdell write about changes to help patients and providers through the pandemic, and how organizations need to understand these changes and adapt their daily processes accordingly to provide quality, cost-effective care.
- ValueWalk, May 18, 2020
Bradford Cornell writes about the Anti-Quarantine Index, which focuses on companies in areas likely to be particularly hard hit by the lockdown.
- Law360, May 18, 2020
- ThinkSet, May 14, 2020
Keith Jelinek discusses why COVID-19 is worsening the brick-and-mortar retail decline and how retailers can survive and thrive if they use this time to plan.
- Becker's Hospital Review, May 13, 2020
Nicholas Chmielewski writes about topics including pre-COVID-19 workforce findings, COVID-19’s impact on the nursing workforce, and the potential long-term impact of fast-tracking new nurses.
- BRG, May 13, 2020
Michael Casey writes about how store closures brought on by the COVID-19 crisis have created unique inventory challenges for retailers.
- Conventus Leadership, May 12, 2020
Steven Parker writes about how investment opportunities will provide an opportune time for investors to assess their fraud and anti-corruption mechanisms.
- Compliance During a Crisis – Have You Incorporated Tele-Compliance into Your Business Continuity Plans?Policy & Medicine, May 12, 2020
- BRG, May 11, 2020