Overview

In today’s globalized economy, your company is accountable for the social and environmental impacts of its operations. Legislators, business partners, investors, and consumers expect your corporate social responsibility policy to operate in accordance with nationally and internationally recognized standards. Failure to meet these expectations may expose your company to a range of legal, reputational, and operational risks. Translating stakeholder expectations into effective and credible strategic initiatives can be a daunting challenge.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility policy attorneys and advisors have decades of experience helping clients meet their social and environmental performance objectives. Our clients operate in countries around the globe, and we advise them on issues ranging from indigenous peoples’ rights to freedom of expression. We offer counsel on both current legal requirements and emerging expectations, including those framed by the U.N. Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

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