Here is the abstract of his talkExtraterritoriality and the Construction of International Governance Frameworks for Business and Human Rights:
Over the last decade, two international institutions—the United Nations Human Rights Council and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) — have crafted various Frameworks for the governance of the human rights impacts of international business activities. In both cases, the focus has been on creating international standards above national law. Yet, both systems also provide a space for the assertion of national law beyond the territorial limits of states, at least under certain circumstances. But the assertion of extraterritorial power has been controversial for a century or more. It has been tied to colonialism before 1945 and to economic domination within globalization since the 1980s. This talk considers the role of extraterritorial assertions of national law within these two international governance instruments.