Betty Moy 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 M&A and capital markets transactions as well as governance, disclosure and other regulatory advice to various public and private equity companies. A former member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board's (SASB) Advisory Council, she has spoken on ESG and corporate governance issues for numerous organizations including the American Law Institute, the American Bar Association, corporatecounsel.net, Environmental Law Institute, Lawline, New York City Bar, the Practising Law Institute and the Society for Corporate Governance.
Ms. Huber has written on ESG and corporate governance topics for various publications, including the Bloomberg BNA, Financial Times' Agenda, Environment and Energy Publishing’s Climatewire and Greenwire, Law360.com, CFO.com, Corporate Counsel magazine, Directorship magazine, Financier Worldwide, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, Corporate Governance Advisor and Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst.
In addition, she is the co-editor of Davis Polk's Briefing: Governance blog, and is cited as an authority in countless publications, including Barron's, Corporate Secretary magazine, 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.
M&A / Private Equity
- VF Corporation on its acquisition of Supreme Holdings, Inc.
- Gilead Sciences on its acquisition of Immunomedics
- Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division on its investment in MedVet
- Ferrero on its acquisition of Kelsen Group from Campbell Soup Company
- Williams Companies on its sale of its 50% interest in Jackalope Gas Gathering Service to a Crestwood Equity Partner affiliate
- Schlumberger $500 million notes offering
- Livent Corporation $225 million green convertible senior notes offering
- General Motors Company $4 billion senior notes offering
esg / corporate governance
- Advice to various mega-cap and large-cap companies and their boards on their ESG/CSR reporting, human capital resource disclosure and ESG, human rights and ethics policies
Ms. Huber is recognized as a leading lawyer by numerous industry publications:
- Best Lawyers
- Chambers USA – Environment: Mainly Transactional: New York, Band 1
- Legal 500 U.S. – Corporate Governance
- Legal 500 U.S. – Environment: Transactional
- Euromoney LMG Americas Women in Business Law Awards – Best in Environment
- Who’s Who Legal – The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers
She is a recipient of the Lawyers Alliance for New York’s Cornerstone Award, honoring outstanding pro bono legal services.
- Society for Corporate Governance
- American Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- Asian American Bar Association of New York
- Environmental Law Institute
- Co-Head Corporate Governance Group, 2019-present
- Co-Head Environmental Practice Group, 2011-present
- Counsel, 2004-present
- Associate, 1996-2004
Articles and Books
Legal Liability for ESG Disclosures – Investor Pressure, State of Play and Practical Recommendations
International Comparative Legal Guides – Corporate Governance 2020
Corporate Governance 2019 | International Comparative Legal Guide: Corporate Governance 2019, Twelfth Edition