The Times has today published an article written by Russell Hopkins titled ‘Where do you choose to right international wrongs?’
The article highlights recent developments on jurisdiction for overseas wrongdoing. Russell discusses cases which are set to be pivotal decisions on overseas jurisdiction for international criminal and tortious liability. He examines the current global state of parent company liability, the US Alien Tort Statute, and questions of criminal and civil liability for multinational companies across Europe.
Russell has developed a wealth of knowledge in this area, having previously written about environmental damage claims currently posing questions of parent company liability in the UK. The link to the full article can be found below: