DLA Piper advises TIME on launch of its sustainability division, “TIME CO2”
DLA Piper advised TIME on the launch of a sustainability division, "TIME CO2," and its official website, CO2.com.
According to TIME, “TIME CO2” makes it easy for every business to maximize their impact through high-quality climate action portfolios, accelerating them to net zero and nature positive. Through CO2.com, customers can access curated and highly vetted portfolios that make it easy for companies to have a measurable climate impact without relying on low quality offsets. The platform also includes community and events, as well as a learning hub and tools that support communication around action.”
Deanna Reitman, DLA Piper of counsel, said: “’TIME CO2’ is an innovative platform that helps customers access climate action portfolios that use a science-based approach. Our team was delighted to advise TIME on this important endeavor.”
Catherine Campbell, DLA Piper of counsel, added: “It was a pleasure to work alongside TIME as they embarked on their mission to become a leader in net zero carbon and nature-positive market initiatives. We were pleased to combine our experience and skillset to help launch this exciting new platform.”
In addition to Reitman (Houston and New York) and Campbell (Washington, DC), the DLA Piper team included partners Christian Ford (Houston) and Glenn Reitman (Houston and New York), Carol Umhoefer (Miami), Deborah Meshulam (Washington, DC), Jay Finkelstein (Northern Virginia) and Victoria Lee (Palo Alto); senior managing attorney Braden Penhoet (Seattle); and associates Jesse Medlong (San Francisco), Michael Mapp (Houston), Leila Javanshir (Seattle), Mei Jin (Los Angeles), Victoria Barker Busch (Atlanta) and Matt Beckwith (Washington, DC).