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1 Jan 2002

Author:
Howard Tolley, Jr. & Anne Lawrence, THRO - Teaching Human Rights Online, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights

Doe v. Unocal: Forced Labor and Corporate Liability [Burma]

Burmese villagers brought a class action lawsuit in U.S. District Court charging the consortium with profiting from forced labor. "Doe v. Unocal: Forced Labor and Corporate Liability" presents a legal issue: whether Unocal is liable for the human rights violations of its government joint venture partner.

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Doe v. Unocal: Forced Labor and Corporate Liability [Burma]

Unocal lawsuit (re Myanmar)