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Supreme Court rules that Nigerian communities can have their case against Shell heard in the English courts

United Kingdom - February 12 2021 This morning (12 February 2021) the UK Supreme Court handed down judgment in Okpabi & others v Royal Dutch Shell (“Okpabi”), a case concerning mass…

Sophie Kemp, Bianca Patulea.

Business and Human Rights Legislation and the Enforcement Question - A report by Kingsley Napley and Dr Rachel Chambers

United Kingdom - January 29 2021 Globally, a trend is taking shape towards legislation that asks more from businesses than the reporting obligations of the UK’s Modern Slavery Act…

Would the Constitution survive a No-Deal Brexit? The Internal Market Bill and its legal controversies

European Union, United Kingdom - December 3 2020 The Internal Market Bill (the “Bill”) has caused a dramatic fallout at home and abroad. It has faced massive defeats in the House of Lords over the…

Expenses and Exemptions: Looking at the case of George Greenwood v Information Commissioner (2020)

United Kingdom - April 23 2020 The recent case of George Greenwood v Information Commissioner (2020) (“Greenwood”) gives useful guidance on the Information Tribunal’s approach when…

The Constitution, Democracy and Rights Commission: what’s to come?

United Kingdom - April 6 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic is sure to dominate short-term UK Government activity. Ministers face a busy crisis management schedule, and will have time for…