CSR and Law

2021年2月

10 观点

10 观点

Corporate Social Responsibility goes far beyond idealism. CSR is a strategic management approach, aimed at harmonising economic, social and ecological aspects. In the legal discourse, CSR has neither been approached systematically nor holistically. In recent years, we see a shift. The issue of what legal concepts are necessary for CSR is raised more and more. The legal framework of CSR is becoming increasingly complex. Much of what was previously voluntary is becoming mandatory. This carries along challenges for compliance. To prevent companies from missing the forest for the trees, our experts illuminate legal developments in CSR and ESG.

Systemically important - CSR and Compliance Management Systems

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Incentivised sustainability - CSR Goals in Employee Remuneration

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Sustainable Supply Chains – The Supply Chain Act and sustainable contract design

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Tracking sustainability - ESG as an integral part of good corporate governance in capital market-oriented companies?

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The market is turning green - what can competition law contribute to the implementation of the ‘Green New Deal’?

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ESG and Investments - Return on Sustainability

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Coffee with a shot of transparency - Data protection aspects when tracing manufacturing conditions

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Child of All Nations - The UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights

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The Responsible Ownership Company - the Alternative Form of Ownership

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More than Charity - The new awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility in law firms

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执业领域和服务团队 环境、社会和公司治理 (ESG)

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