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Mayer Brown
As we outlined in our previous briefing, the European Commission ("EC") has announced that it will develop legislation that would require EU companies to carry out human...
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
With UK-EU negotiations continuing, Kevin Roberts & Charlotte Glaser discuss the UK's anticipated departure from the European Arrest Warrant.
UK
Leigh Day
In the context of Black History Month, David Roberts and Alex Wessely reflect on the Mau Mau case, which ran for four years between June 2009 and June 2013, and which shone a light on Britain's colonial past.
Leigh Day
LONDON AND JOHANNESBURG – 21 October 2020 – Lawyers from Mbuyisa Moleele and Leigh Day today announced that a class action lawsuit has been filed against ...
Leigh Day
In the second of a series of blogs for Black History Month, international solicitor Hugh Johnson-Gilbert looks at migration and why it appears the UK's ‘hostile environment' is here to stay.
Leigh Day
Leo Latifi, aged nine, tragically died after a locker unit toppled over in a school changing room on 23 May 2019.
Leigh Day
Britain's past involvement in slavery remains a live and contentious issue over 200 years after the abolition of the slave trade. In July this year, the issue ...
Mayer Brown
Sam Eastwood outlines the lessons and challenges that companies face in light of the increasing regulatory focus on human rights and supply chain management processes.
Leigh Day
Seventy-nine Kenyans have launched a legal claim in the High Court in London against Camellia Plc (and other UK companies in the Camellia Group) for alleged human rights abuses by its Kenyan subsidiary, Kakuzi Plc.
Withers LLP
October is Black History Month in the UK and here at Withers we're shining a spotlight on some key people throughout the month.
BCL Solicitors LLP
A set of new sanctions targets might not set the world alight for now, but John Binns, partner in the Financial Crime team at BCL Solicitors, considers what may be around the corner...
Leigh Day
Dementia support campaigners have reacted with fury as Government lawyers delayed their response to a call to tackle the issue of visiting relatives in care homes.
Mayer Brown
In our latest episode Nick looks at a case where the employee tried to rely on the GDPR and Human Rights to prevent disciplinary proceedings being taken against her.
Leigh Day
Campaigners working to improve life for those living with dementia claim the guidance given to care homes over visits to family members during the pandemic is unlawful.
Leigh Day
A claim has been filed in the high court on behalf of more than 30 Tanzanian nationals who allege human rights abuses at the Williamson diamond mine, owned by British company...
Leigh Day
Declassified UK is an investigative journalism organisation which provides in-depth analysis and exclusive news on UK foreign policy its military, intelligence agencies and most powerful corporations.
Mayer Brown
Best-in-class companies are already anticipating change by reviewing and refreshing their human rights programmes
Leigh Day
Most of us are familiar with the term ‘Human Rights' but might not know with what it really means, and how it affects our everyday lives.
Worldwide
BCL Solicitors LLP
John Binns discusses the recent headlines that have focused on whether the UK Government's new sanctions regime is doing enough to tackle 'dirty' money from Russia.
Clyde & Co
Risk managers are advised to take a cautious approach as the UK Court of Appeal decision in the African Minerals case serves ...
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