Betty M. Huber
Betty Moy Huber is co-head of the firm’s ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) Group as well as co-head of the firm’s Environmental Transactional Group. For over two decades, she has provided advice in hundreds of transactions as well as governance, disclosure and other regulatory advice to various public and private equity companies.
A former member of the SASB’s Advisory Council, she speaks on ESG topics for numerous organizations including the ALI, the ABA, corporatecounsel.net, Environmental Law Institute, Lawline, the New York City Bar and PLI. Ms. Huber writes on ESG topics for various publications, including Bloomberg BNA, Financial Times’ Agenda, Law360.com, CFO.com, Directorship magazine, Financier Worldwide, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, Corporate Governance Advisor and Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst.
She is cited as a legal expert in countless publications, including Barron’s, Pensions & Investments, Thomson Reuters and The Wall Street Journal.
Ms. Huber guest lectures on corporate governance and ESG matters at various law schools including University of Virginia and University of Florida.