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PULLP’s Dedicated Microcap Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Advisory Practice

On March 21, 2022, the SEC proposed a new rule, significantly increasing disclosure requirements that relate to: (1) climate related risks, (2) greenhouse gas emissions, and (3) climate-related financial metrics.  The SEC partly modeled the proposed climate disclosure framework on the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosure (“TCFD”) and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (“GHG Protocol”) emissions reporting framework. As a law firm focused on providing services and counsel to the microcap space, we fully embrace the challenge these new requirements pose for the microcap space.  

PULLP's ESG Advisory Practice


Our advisory practice helps companies navigate the legal and business ramifications of developing, reporting, and implementing ESG initiatives. We advise on matters such as sustainability, stakeholder engagement, corporate governance and social responsibility, crisis management, diversity and inclusion.  When appropriate, PULLP makes use of partnering relationships with environmental consulting and stakeholder engagement firms.

PULLP advises microcap clients on their ESG-related risks, initiatives and goals. PULLP’s ESG Advisory practice is not limited to public companies. PULLP also advises ESG and Impact investment-focused funds and fund sponsors. ESG factors impact investor decisions as well as the way companies are governed, operate and report on their progress with respect to related initiatives. Some of the specific areas that PULLP’s ESG Advisory Practice covers are set forth below:

  • ESG current disclosures in Offering Documents and SEC filings

  • Sustainable and impact investing, including structuring traditional debt and equity investments to incorporate ESG goals

  • Investment management and ESG strategies

  • Insurance coverage related to climate events

  • Employment law updates and training

  • Workforce policies, practices and programs

  • Corporate governance

  • Diversity & inclusion in management and boards

  • Engaging with third-party ESG ratings agencies

  • ESG-related policy and initiative development

  • ESG third-party reporting frameworks

  • Evolving ESG disclosure standards

  • Executive compensation and ESG metrics

  • Gender pay-gap investigations

  • Green initiatives and sustainability

  • Internal investigations of ESG practices

  • Labor and human rights issues

  • Stakeholder analysis and ESG engagement

  • ESG/Sustainability board governance considerations

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