With the increasing focus by investors and regulators on environmental, social and governance standards, it is important not to forget that the “G” – good governance – is key to making sure the company is adequately assessing and achieving its goals with respect to the “E” and the “S,” Lucinda A. Low, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, told the Private Equity Law Report. Low, who aids her clients in investigations, fraud, corruption, enforcement and other compliance matters, discussed how she has seen governance change, what companies are doing right and what they can be doing better. See “Compliance Issues Associated With Advisers’ Integration of ESG Criteria” (Jun. 14, 2022).