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

This post originally featured on the Oxford University Law Faculty’s blog on the 25th October 2017.
Conventionally, the doctrines of separate corporate personality and forum non conveniens insulated English domiciled parent companies from liability for the actions of their foreign subsidiaries.  However, developments in English and European law have progressively undermined the foundations of these doctrines.…


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Author: Peter Hood and Julianne Hughes-Jennett
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