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17 Jun 2003

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EarthRights International

Plaintiffs' Representatives Confident after Unocal Hearing [in U.S. court]

Representatives of the plaintiffs in the landmark human rights case Doe v. Unocal [regarding Burma] pronounced themselves satisfied with today’s oral arguments in front of 11 judges...“The judges appeared to give no credence to Unocal’s theory that these kinds of cases cannot be brought under ATCA [Alien Tort Claims Act]”

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