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Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Update - Issue 36, September 2020: Victims’ Rights under the Second Revised Draft

This Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Update looks at the most significant developments in corporate legal accountability for human rights abuses in the last quarter and includes:

  • A highlight on victims’ rights under the new draft binding treaty on business & human rights
  • A new case profile on a lawsuit against Apple, Google, Tesla, Microsoft and Dell alleging the companies profited from the use of child labour in cobalt mines in the DRC
  • A new case profile on lawsuits initiated by Lydian Armenia against activists who voiced opposition to the company's gold mining project
  • Other expert opinions, analysis, resources and more

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See our Corporate Legal Accountability & Binding Treaty Big Issues for more resources.