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1 Mar 2004

Author:
Shane Schick, editor of ITBusiness.ca, a daily publication which covers the Canadian technology industry, in Rabble [Canada]

Law and disorder, corporate style

[Canada]: Human rights advocates need to push for legislative reform and explore civil litigation if they want to make corporations more accountable for their impact on other countries, experts told the Law Union of Ontario conference this past weekend. [refers to Talisman, Ranger Oil (part of Canadian Natural Resources), Shell, Unocal]

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