Racial inequality remains linked to inequities in economic opportunity. Black, Hispanic-Latino and other under-represented minority and women entrepreneurs have a harder time gaining access to the capital needed to grow their businesses. Of the more than seven million American households that do not have access to a bank account, the majority are Black and Latino households, which are disproportionately without either a savings or checking account.
S&C has advised on several recent, impact-driven initiatives designed to open economic access to underserved and low- to moderate-income areas and individuals, including:
S&C lawyers advising in these matters include: Rodge Cohen, Mitch Eitel, Jared Fishman, Aisling O’Shea, Whitney Chatterjee, Eric Wang, Ben Weiner, Don Toumey, Eric Diamond, Andrew Mason, Ana González, Daniel Loeser, Daniel Wolf, Brandon Ferrick, HK Kim, Nati Hyojin Kim, Kristin Deliso, Chiyel Hayles, Beini Chen, and Ayoung Kim.
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