An overlapping maze: a comparative law view on how multinationals cope with laws, hard and soft, impacting human rights
This session with explore how multinationals cope with the widely varied laws and offer a comparative view of the differences in laws that may apply, with a consideration of how international projects can be designed and managed in this environment.
Vinson & Elkins, Houston, Texas
Prior General Counsel of Tahoe Resources, Berkeley, California; Vice Chair, IBA Business and Human Rights Committee
Professor of Law, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
Holland & Knight, Bogota, Colombia
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