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In Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law, Attorneys Analyze Human Rights Compliance Guidance for Surveillance Capability Products

Practices: Securities & Public Companies, Capital Markets, Corporate Governance & Compliance, Finance, Shareholder Engagement and Activism, Private Equity, ESG, CSR and Business and Human Rights, Risk Management, Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning

An article published in The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law discusses U.S. State Department guidance on implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. This guidance provides a framework for helping U.S. companies that work with or design and manufacture products or services that have surveillance capabilities to identify the risk of the end user misusing the product or service to carry out human rights violations or abuses. 

The article was co-authored by Michael Littenberg (New York) partner and chair of the ESG, CSR, and Business & Human Rights practice.

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