Navigating legal developments in business and human rights
Rapid change in the legal landscape around human rights has profound implications for businesses across the globe.
Multinational companies must now navigate increasingly complex human rights obligations, identify human rights risk in supply chains through due diligence, take steps to mitigate such risks or make public disclosures.
Our new report aims to provide guidance on this evolving legal landscape and the consequent legal human rights considerations that apply to multinational companies.
The report was developed by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, with input from the participants of the United Nations Global Compact Decent Work in Global Supply Chains Action Platform.
Deba Das Partner
Jonathan Isted Partner
Stephanie Brown Cripps Counsel
Paul Bowden Consultant
Elizabeth Forster Associate
Dr. Boris Kasolowsky Partner
Frankfurt am Main
Dr. Marlen Vesper-Gräske Principal Associate
Dimitri Lecat Partner
Aaron Marcu Partner
Georgia Dawson Senior Partner
William Robinson Partner
London, Hong Kong