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3 Feb 2005

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Phillip H Rudolph, corporate social responsibility partner, Foley Hoag LLP, in the Washington DC office, in Ethical Corporation

Ethical reporting and the law [USA]

Within the past few years, pressures have increased on companies to disclose and discuss publicly their social and environmental impacts and activities. At the same time, the risks associated with public dialogue and discourse – principally legal risks – have also evolved. [refers to Kasky v. Nike lawsuit]

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