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Corporate Legal Accountability Update - Issue 36, September 2020


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.