Business and Human Rights: Magnitsky clause now in force
The first panel chaired by Joanna Buckley of Matrix Chambers will see the following expert speakers consider the potential impact of the International Law Commission’s draft articles on Crimes Against Humanity, which may serve as the basis for a UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of said crimes:
The second panel chaired by Katherine Tyler of Kingsley Napley focuses on developments in the sphere of Business and Human Rights, specifically in relation to corporate liability for international crimes. It will consider recent prosecutions of companies for their complicity in war crimes and crimes against humanity and other developments including the ILC draft articles on Crimes Against Humanity and the draft Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights. It will go on to consider what these developments might mean for companies and how companies can set about integrating human rights into their business. The panel consists of:
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Senior Associate (Barrister)
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