Business resiliency has been challenged across every sector of our economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As businesses work within a new and ever-evolving market, which aspects of our economy are changed forever and what is the impact? What are the implications of the bipartisan infrastructure plan on the horizon? What trends do we see in corporate transactions, real estate, healthcare, IP protection, antitrust litigation and more – and how should businesses respond?
This hub will provide practical insights on key business and legal issues – and opportunities for growth – as we navigate the way forward in the new economy.
The M&A market is at a record pace in 2021. Will the trend continue? Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys D. Scott Anderson and Dean Rutley share the factors they see impacting corporate transactions in the near future.
The renewed federal focus on antitrust regulation presents challenges to companies operating in today’s labor market. Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys David Hamilton and Sarah Motley Stone share insights on how antitrust law is changing and best practices for compliance.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Carri Bennet explores how the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will greatly benefit broadband expansion in unserved and underserved rural areas.
Episode #3: M&A Trends and the Opportunity Economy
The M&A market is at a record pace in 2021. Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys D. Scott Anderson and Dean Rutley discussed the ongoing M&A boom and the factors they see impacting corporate transactions in the near future.
Episode #2: Antitrust Regulation and the Labor Market
Employment-related antitrust regulation is intensifying amid a volatile labor market so Mark Henriques asked David Hamilton and Sarah Motley Stone, two of Womble Bond Dickinson's brightest minds on this subject, to share some insight on the matter.
Episode #1: Biden's $65 Billion Dollar Infrastructure Play
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Carri Bennet talks with our Editorial Board Chair Mark Henriques about how the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will greatly benefit broadband expansion, particularly to underserved rural areas.