Last month, we represented more than 200,000 victims of the Mariana dam disaster in the UK courts to support them in their fight for justice.
Throughout the week-long trial, an array of media outlets reported on the case.
Victims shared their stories, and information surrounding the case and its implications was highlighted to millions of people across the world.
Some of the most viewed media coverage gained during the trial included:
Speaking to the Guardian, a representative of the Krenak indigenous communities said: “Every time that I remember what my family and my community has gone through, every time that I revisit the river, I become angry.
“These times are a time of great struggle for my people, and I have made it my purpose to help us achieve fair compensation.
“Alas, I understand that no matter how hard we fight, much of what the companies have taken from our people is irrecoverable. For it to have been suggested by the defendants that my community is receiving full redress in Brazil makes me even angrier.”
The five-day hearing was heard by a panel of judges in the Court of Appeal, and a decision about jurisdiction is expected in the upcoming months.