Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR)
Headquarters in USA
In April 2007, KBR was separated from Halliburton, its former parent company.
Author: Jonathan Stempel, Reuters
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday refused to hold KBR Inc (KBR.N) liable for alleged human trafficking, in connection with the 2004 kidnapping and murder by insurgents of 12 Nepali men being transported in Iraq to work for a subcontractor at a U.S....
USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
“Ending Impunity, Securing Justice: Using Strategic Litigation to Combat Modern-Day Slavery and Human Trafficking,” calls for the use of strategic litigation to combat modern slavery and provides a roadmap to create an international strategic litigati...
"Private Military and Security Companies: Industry-Led Self-Regulatory Initiatives versus State-Led Containment Strategies"
Author: Raymond Saner, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding
PMSCs have played an important role in war making and related security activities, and will most likely play an even larger role in the coming years. This Working Paper discusses the tensions between the PMSC industry, their client governments and...
Amicus Curiae brief by EarthRights Intl. & Center for Constitutional Rights in support of KBR Nepali trafficking victims
Author: EarthRights International & Center for Constitutional Rights
“Ramchandra Adhikari et al v. KBR, et al - Amicus Curiae brief of EarthRights International and Center for Constitutional Rights in Support of Appellants and Reversal, US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit”, 1 Oct 2015...
When US firms abuse intl. human rights law, victims should be able to sue in US courts, says EarthRights International
Author: Zamira Djabarova, EarthRights International
“Trafficking Case Should be Simple: U.S. Corporations can be sued in U.S. Courts”, 14 Oct 2015...