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Winston & Strawn LLP

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Winston & Strawn LLP is an international law firm with nearly 1,000 attorneys in key financial centers around the world. We litigate cases and close transactions by bringing an understanding of the global legal issues our clients face in transactions, disputes, and regulatory/enforcement-related matters. We strive to provide our clients with creative solutions to their business problems—on time and on budget. We serve our communities and the public interest, promote diversity within our firm and throughout the legal profession, and maintain a culture of teamwork and collegiality.

Editor's note: Updated April 7, 2020.

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Chicago, IL
United States

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SEC has pushed out new ESG-related disclosure requirements. Find out how the move will impact reporting requirements.

The latest move by FERC that would require permits for the construction of natural gas infrastructure to involve projections of…

With the boom in ESG-focused investing and increased ESG reporting disclosures, ESG finance is a key growth area for both companies…

The combined Winston & Strawn group also brings experience implementing environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs and…

The oil and gas industry needs to position itself strategically to attract investments while working to achieve low-carbon goals.

The global law firm of Winston & Strawn on Aug. 6 announced the launch of a new environmental, social, and governance (ESG)…

Court rulings over disputes with midstream operators are no longer easy to predict.

A panel of oil and gas capital experts discussed the steps private equity professionals need to take to recover from the severe…

Investment interest for oil and gas companies in the coming months will be significantly impacted by ESG factors.

Excess supply has sparked a fresh dilemma among U.S. drillers, which are being asked to cut oil production as storage space fills up…