Jonathan Exten-Wright

Jonathan's Business and Human Rights practice covers various sectors, in multiple locations around the world. He regularly advises multinationals on supply chain Human Rights issues including domestic and international reporting obligations; legislative changes; identification and mapping of risks; due diligence systems; disclosure and traceability; and escalation procedures. Well known for Modern Slavery advice, he co-lead the team commissioned by the Qatari Government to report independently into alleged slavery and human rights abuses in the 2020 World Cup construction. He co-lead the DLA Piper team producing a Model Contract for Domestic Migrant Workers alongside the US State Department. He has advised on prisoners’ rights/compulsory rehabilitation, sexual harassment post #MeToo, gender pay reporting obligations, and disengagement following  LGBTQ criminalisation.