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4 Mar 2008

Author:
UN Special Representative on business & human rights John Ruggie

[DOC] Message by UN Special Representative John Ruggie welcoming paper by Allens Arthur Robinson

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The SRSG is grateful to the Australian law firm of Allens Arthur Robinson for conducting this pro bono research on trends in the use of "corporate culture" as a basis for the criminal liability of corporations. This discussion paper provides an overview of how various legal systems deal with the issue of corporate criminal liability, examining in particular the ways in which some legal systems incorporate notions of "corporate culture" into such deliberations.