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Artikel

26 Jun 2003

Autor:
Brian Knowlton, International Herald Tribune

Court Won't Rule on Corporate Free Speech

The Supreme Court declined today to take up a case involving Nike...that raised questions on the limits to which corporations enjoy free-speech protections when they defend themselves against public criticism.

Part of the following timelines

U.S. Supreme Court refuses to rule in Nike case; activist can continue lawsuit against Nike over alleged false statements about its labour practices

Nike lawsuit (Kasky v Nike, re denial of labour abuses)