Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

BHR 360: take stock and get ahead of the curve Hogan Lovells

The second edition of BHR 360, our bi-annual Business and Human Rights newsletter.

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Managing human rights risk

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Human trafficking: what is it and what does it mean for business? RightsDD and Hogan Lovells Modern Slavery Series

As part of the HLBaSE programme, Peter Hood from our Business and Human Rights (BHR) team mentored a group of lawyers advising tech start up RightsDD on the definitions of slavery and...

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Respecting human rights in the energy sector

How does the responsibility to respect human rights apply to companies operating in the Energy and Natural Resources Sector? How does this relate to hard legal risk at a domestic and...

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Parent company liability – Court of Appeal upholds decision rejecting jurisdiction over claims brought against Unilever by victims of post-election violence in Kenya

On 4 July 2018, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in AAA & Ors. v Unilever PLC and Unilever Tea Kenya Limited [2018] EWCA Civ 1532, dismissing an appeal by victims of the 2007...

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Parent company liability in England for human rights impacts abroad: Lungowe v Vedanta Mining Newsletter

Conventionally, a "corporate veil" and the doctrine of "forum non-conveniens" have isolated UK businesses from human rights related claims arising out of the operations of their foreign...

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BHR 360: highlights from 2017, and what to watch out for in 2018 Hogan Lovells

Welcome to the first edition of BHR 360, our bi-annual Business and Human Rights newsletter. Over the past year the international community has focused its attention on the third pillar of...

Published Works

How Should English Domiciled Multinationals Manage their Human Rights Risk in Light of the Judgment in Lungowe v Vedanta? University of Oxford Faculty of Law

Conventionally, the doctrines of separate corporate personality and forum non conveniens insulated English domiciled parent companies from liability for the actions of their foreign...

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Human rights claims against English-based multinational energy companies Energy Alert

London is home to some of the world's largest multinational energy companies.In recent years, they have become the targets of claims for alleged human rights violations committed...

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