A holistic approach is prescribed for creating a remedial system for achieving justice for when corporations obstruct and infringe upon legal rights of the individual or the collective. Understandably, the examples provided were of tribunal scenarios that proceeded large-scale governmental and corporation led atrocities, including wars and genocides in the 20th century. However, in modern times these structures are both not enough, and too extreme in their structures and direction to be useful for more low-stakes complaints against corporations. However, the lessons learned through these structures are helpful in creating a solution for the following situations that have and will continue to occur as corporations are enveloping themselves in the direction of governmental organizations.The tribunal structure, although adversarial in nature, seems to be the best bet for ensuring that their is proper discovery procedure and ability to achieve a sense of justice in the outcome. Policymakers mya look to the successes of the outcomes of these 20th century tribunals and see what lessons can be learned from their legal status in allowing corporations and affected individuals to access them to resolve complaints. However, there already is a full structure in most nations to access the criminal and civil courts, but for those whose complaint cannot be adequately resolved in the courts, there should be an additional path for these individuals and collectives to seek justice in a more efficient manner.