For years, Hunter Biden has been a source of controversy due to his career of allegedly benefiting from his father’s name. Despite initial concerns that his career would be a major issue for 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, the issue has yet to take center stage on the national stage. Hunter Biden graduated from Yale Law School in 1996 and joined the Delaware-based firm of Moseley & Belsky as a partner. During his tenure at the firm, he worked on behalf of numerous clients, including his father’s former staff members. While the type of legal services provided by the firm remain unclear, Biden’s work at the firm was successful and led to his subsequent employment at some of the nation’s top law firms. Biden also ran a hedge fund that made investments in Ukraine and China, though questions regarding the legality of his involvement in those countries remain. Biden was also a board member of Ukrainian oil company Burisma from April 2014 to February 2019, a position he resigned after the Trump campaign publicly called for an investigation into his dealings in Ukraine. The controversy surrounding Hunter Biden’s career is due in part to questions concerning whether he has used his father’s political influence to land business opportunities. Many have pointed to the fact that much of Biden’s success has occurred since his father’s political career began, as well as his lack of formal training or experience in the industries in which he has worked. Biden himself has denied any wrongdoing and has maintained that he has acted within legal and ethical boundaries. Overall, while some have expressed concerns about Hunter Biden’s career and its potential impact on 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, the issue has yet to take center stage in the election. It remains to be seen whether the issue will become a major campaign issue as the election progresses.