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Corporate Responsibility for Human Rights Impacts: New Expectations and Paradigms

…[A] fascinating collection of perspectives on the key developments and trends in business and human rights law. Written by a highly respected panel of experts, [it]…examines the difficult and nuanced questions associated with corporate accountability…[It]…contributes unique and thoughtful perspectives, legally grounded and passionately contended, to the ongoing dialogue about the intersection of human rights and corporate responsibility…[It]…focuses mainly on developments in the United States and the United Kingdom, although examples of legal developments in corporate accountability for human rights in developing countries are discussed…This book considers the question: how will lawyers and courts deal with the thorny issue of extraterritoriality in transnational litigation brought against companies for human rights abuses abroad?...[Authors include Justine Nolan, Ralph G. Steinhardt, Robert McCorquodale, Penelope Simons, Jeffrey S. Vogt, Beth Stephens, Paul Hoffman, Neil A. F. Popovic, Erika R. George, Rachel Chambers, Katherine Tyler, Shubhaa Srinivasan, Peter T. Muchlinski, Virginie Rouas, Sheldon Leader, Mary Dowell-Jones, Andrew Kassoy, Nathan Gilbert & Sarah Altschuller]

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