"In an increasingly interdependent world, there's a need for governments and international corporations to adapt to an ever changing legal and regulatory environment and competitive marketplace"
Cherie Blair CBE, QC





Europe

International Dispute Resolution

Omnia Strategy provided legal counsel to an Eastern European Government in international arbitration proceedings.

Public & Private International Law

Omnia Strategy is advising a mining company on the integration of the 2011 UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights throughout its operations.

Strategic Communications

Omnia Strategy is advising a mining company on internal and external stakeholder engagement including government relations in relevant regions.

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Asia

Public & Private International Law

Omnia Strategy advised a government on its investment treaties.

International Dispute Resolution

Omnia Strategy is representing a government in parallel ICC and ICSID arbitration proceedings.

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Africa

International Counsel

Omnia Strategy advised an international company on market entry into a West African country.

Omnia Strategy is providing strategic and legal advice to a Ghanaian telecoms company.

Public International Law

Omnia Strategy advised an African government on the implementation of a United Nations environmental protocol on biodiversity.

Strategic Communications

Omnia Strategy developed a strategic communications and stakeholder engagement plan for a major green-field project in Africa.

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Middle East

Public International Law

Omnia Strategy developed a comprehensive capacity building and transitional justice programme as well as legal reform strategies in areas affected by crises or conflicts.

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Americas

International Counsel

Omnia Strategy advised a US company on regulatory issues and market entry strategies into an Asian market.

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News

  • Cherie Blair and Miriam González: why companies must act on slavery law

    Nearly 46 million people are enslaved globally – an estimated 12,000 of them in the UK – generating illegal profits of $150bn (£114bn). However unwittingly, British consumers and businesses are sustaining this cruel exploitation, with slavery likely to exist in the overseas supply chains of most large UK companies.

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  • Cherie Blair: Firms must end the scandal of modern slavery

    The Evening Standard Reports that “Cherie Blair has warned businesses that they will be forced to publish ‘more and more’ reports about their human rights performance as she made a new appeal to firms to help stamp out the ‘scandal’ of modern slavery.”

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