The Supreme Court’s recent decision in Okpabi and Others v Royal Dutch Shell plc and Another  UKSC 3 follows a similar trajectory to its predecessors, Chandler v Cape plc  EWCA Civ 525 and Vedanta Resources plc and Another v Lungowe and Others  UKSC. In this short note, we explore the judgment in Okpabi and the implications of increased parent liability for subsidiaries’ actions. This decision removes procedural barriers for claimants particularly around jurisdiction and civil procedure. Specifically, we reflect on the potential that this judgment has for greater access to remedy for those who have suffered a negative human rights impact because of business activities.
- Company Law
- Corporate Groups
- Parent/Subsidiary Liability
- Business and Human Rights
- Access to Remedy
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Denial and acknowledgement in CSR reporting discourse: A BHR perspective on corporate harm-related rhetoricAuthor: Hopkins, S., Jul 2022
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy