ClientEarth claim against Shell directors: a case of ‘win even if you lose’?

Based on available information, the claim is likely to fail but forcing opponents through the litigation process could still prove useful to environmental campaigners. On February 9, environmental non-profit ClientEarth started a claim in the English High Court, seemingly against Shell plc, claiming that Shell’s directors had breached their duties. ...

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