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[PDF] Judging Corporate Accountability in the Global Economy

Author: Elliot J. Schrage, Adjunct Senior Fellow in Business and Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Lecturer in Law at Columbia Law School, in Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Published on: 1 January 2003

Simply slamming the door on those seeking relief in U.S. courts is bad foreign policy, bad economic policy, and bad legal practice...An effective policy would harness the power of private litigation in U.S. courts as a vehicle for encouraging other countries and the corporations that operate in them to promote respect for the rule of law and improve the administration of justice. [refers to Barclays, Citigroup, Coca-Cola, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, Fresh Del Monte Produce, Gap, General Motors, IBM, JPMorgan Chase, Levi Strauss, Pfizer, Statoil, Talisman, Texaco (part of ChevronTexaco), Unocal]

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Related companies: Barclays Chevron Citigroup Coca-Cola DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler) Equinor (formerly Statoil) Ford Fresh Del Monte Produce Gap General Motors IBM JPMorgan Chase Levi Strauss Pfizer Talisman Texaco (part of Chevron) Unocal (part of Chevron)