Seminars in Business and Society

Regulating Global Supply Chains

11Mar202210:30
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About /lawCategory: Faculty of Law

Power & Pay in the C-Suite

7Mar202213:00
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Over the past few decades, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) pay has risen spectacularly, as has debate regarding why this has occurred and whether policy should or can correct it./lawCategory: Faculty...

5 years after the vigilance law: Lessons learned and what next ?

14Feb202213:00
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France was the first country to introduce a law requiring companies to develop a vigilance plan preventing serious violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms, health and safety damages to...

Intellectual Property's New Frontier: Artificial Intelligence as Author and Inventor

18Feb202213:00
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AI and people do not compete on a level-playing field. Self-driving vehicles may be safer than human drivers, but laws often penalize such technology./lawCategory: Faculty of Law

Finding Precedent in the Unprecedented: the continued impacts of COVID on litigation and dispute resolution

14Mar202213:00
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Over the past two years, the COVID experience has changed not only how we argue but also, sometimes, what we argue about./lawCategory: Faculty of Law

The AI Corporation: Corporate Governance in the Age of Artificial Intelligence 

9Feb202213:00
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The lecture examines three key aspects of the impact of AI on corporate governance. First, the tech industry’s general governance disfunction focused on highly controlling founders, the financing...

Transnational Corporations and Infrastructure Development: Finance, Accountability, and Human Rights

19Jan202213:00
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Private corporations are under a legal obligation to respect international human rights. This is an emerging consensus on the international level. But how does this operate in practice?/lawCategory...

Launch of the McGill Business Law Platform

Published: 5Nov2021

The Faculty of Law is happy to announce the launch of its new website: the McGill Business Law Platform. Guided by Professor Peer Zumbansen, inaugural incumbent of the Professorship in Business Law...

Cyberspace Law: ‘Big Data’, Algorithmic Governance and Democracy

22Sep202113:00
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Professor of Business Law Peer Zumbansen welcomes Jonathan Price and Bernhard Maier for the first lecture in the Seminars in Business &/lawCategory: Faculty of Law

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