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- BRG, November 11, 2019
Fernando Dominguez writes about UK price controls and methodology that could inform Ofgem and energy companies during the process of developing cost assessment models in RIIO-2
- Legaltech News, November 5, 2019
David Kalat writes about password security and the history of “salting a hash,” a process involving mixing random data into the systems that process user passwords.
- ThinkSet, October 31, 2019
- ThinkSet, October 24, 2019
Automotive industry leadership is going all-in on technology that could reshape their businesses. History provides some clues how.
- BRG Healthcare client alert, October 24, 2019
- BRG Corporate Finance research, October 22, 2019
The September edition reviews topics including consumer confidence, auto sales and production, bankruptcies, and employment.
- Public Utilities Reports, Inc, October 2019
Charles Cicchetti examines challenges energy regulators face, including energy efficiency, customer-owned distributed energy resources, the future structure of the industry, and the role of energy utilities.
- ThinkSet, October 17, 2019
Today’s digital citizens need not live with the limitations of 1980s computer technology. However, they must live with the limitations of 1980s computer laws.
- Washington Legal Foundation, October 2019
Shireen Meer discusses how antitrust enforcers and policymakers must recommit to criminal leniency programs that encourage businesses and individuals to voluntarily disclose their roles in market-distorting cartel activity.
- BRG Review, October 10, 2019
- Taxing Online Media Platforms for Provision of Full Public Service Broadcasting—Is It Even Possible?BRG, October 10, 2019
Scott Morrison discusses online media platforms, the assistance and support of public service broadcasting in the UK, and the future of public service media.
- BRG Healthcare Transactions and Strategy, October 10, 2019
BRG’s Healthcare Transactions and Strategy group has released its second-annual Healthcare Investment Index.
- IAM Yearbook 2020, October 9, 2019
- Legaltech News, October 7, 2019
David Kalat writes about how forensic analysis was used to catch one of America's most notorious serial killers after three decades.
- Nurse Leader 17:5, October 2019
Jason Brent writes about standardized assessment processes for nursing leaders, staff, and outcomes; and how leaders must be visible and demonstrate reactive listening when assessing unit concerns.
- BRG Corporate Finance, Q3 2019
The report includes news, performance metrics, and our proprietary view of valuation multiples for the Public GPs. We perform detailed research on each investment manager and apply a consistent methodology to determine our view on valuation metrics to create a truly comparable set.
- Thomson Reuters, October 2019
- Forbes, September 30, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about “decoupling” between the US and China, the bilateral US-China merchandise trade deficit, and the globalized marketplace and world economic growth.
- ThinkSet, September 26, 2019
Mary Karen Wills discusses how women can help other women and what corporate boards can do to look for qualified candidates.
- CPI Antitrust Chronicle, September 23, 2019
David Teece writes about mobile wireless communications technology, device-to-device connectivity, and how regulatory interventions and judicial decisions have affected the mobile wireless open innovation model.
- Financial Times, September 19, 2019
Harry Broadman writes about AfCFTA, innovative approaches to meet financing needs, and the importance of the pool of adjustment funds and offsetting dislocation costs.
- Utility Week, September 17, 2019
Fernando Dominguez discusses strategies and plans utility companies could adopt to mitigate uncertainties as the UK government targets zero net emissions by 2050.
- Law Practice Today, September 16, 2019
Shireen Meer writes about the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion (D&I), which sponsors an online pledge to advance D&I within the workplace.
- September 14, 2019
Mark Williams and Phil Alves discuss large-scale trends in the information and communications technology sector and their implications for the economy and policy.
- BRG Retail, September 9, 2019