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3 July 2013

Case profile: Esmor Correctional Services lawsuit (re immigration detention facility)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre case profile for lawsuit against Esmor Correctional Services (now known as Correctional Services Corporation) over human rights abuses allegedly committed against political asylum seekers by Esmor guards.]

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29 October 2012

[PDF] Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin - Issue 7

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Full text of October 2012 issue of the Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin. Refers to lawsuits against adidas, Amesys (part of Bull), Anadarko, Anglo Platinum (part of Anglo American), Areva, Blackwater, BP, CACI, Cameron International...

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1 August 2012

Esmor Correctional Services lawsuit (re immigration detention facility)

In June 1997 a group of foreign nationals held at a detention center in Elizabeth, New Jersey filed a lawsuit against Esmor Correctional Services (now known as Correctional Services Corporation).  The plaintiffs were political asylum seekers awaiting...

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11 June 2009

A Win for Wiwa, a Win for Shell, a Win for Corporate Human Rights

Author: Michael Goldhaber, American Lawyer

Late Monday, on the eve of trial in New York, the parties settled in Wiwa v. Shell. For those with longer memories, it was reminiscent of March 2005, when another case hyped as the great breakthrough for corporate human rights, Doe v. Unocal, settled...

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26 September 2007

Rutgers Law Professor Penny Venetis to Argue for Jama Plaintiffs in Human Rights Trial Set to Begin on September 26

Author: Rutgers Newark Online [USA]

Penny Venetis, clinical professor of law at Rutgers School of Law–Newark...will present opening arguments today in the first case to apply international human rights standards to a U.S. corporation for events that took place on U.S. soil. Jama et al....

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