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Budha Ismail Jam, et al, Petitioners v. International Finance Corporation

Introduction On 27 February 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) held that International Organisations do not have absolute immunity under the International Organizations Immunities Act of 1945 (IOIA). This blog discusses the opinion of the Supreme Court. International Organisations International Organisations have their own legal personality and status under international law and

Equality and Human Rights Commission publishes helpful new human rights guidance for businesses

The Equality and Human Rights Commission recently published new guidance that outlines, in a practical and accessible way, how company boards can ensure that their companies meet UK and international expectations and obligations in relation to human rights.  The guidance is intended to make it easier for company directors to know whether their businesses are

Human Rights – Good for Business?

Are human rights good for business? In a word, yes! That was the conclusion of the panellists discussing this question at our inaugural Business and Human Rights Practice event. The panel identified the positive role of human rights as part of the rule of law framework that protects business and creates a safe space for