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1 September 2011
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Article
31 August 2011
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Auteur: Michael Goldhaber, American Lawyer

Royal Dutch Shell has been sued so many times over its conduct in Nigeria that its cases offer a laboratory experiment for human rights litigation…[T]he "Bodo" case…emerged from obscurity three weeks ago. On Aug. 3, four months after farmers and...

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1 August 2011
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Auteur: James Kallman & Mahdev Mohan in Forbes Indonesia

The origins of human rights compliance can be traced back to December 10, 1948, when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the UN as "a common standard of achievcment for all peoples and nations."...Just as the UDHR prompted...

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Article
20 July 2011
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Auteur: Leigh Day & Co

Legal proceedings by 33 Peruvians against UK-based Monterrico Metals [part of Zijin]...have been settled by compensation payment without admitting liability. The London High Court trial was scheduled for 10 weeks from October with about 80 Claimant...

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29 June 2011
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Auteur: Lisa Nandy MP, Hansard (official report of Parliament proceedings) [UK]

[Scroll down to 5.36 pm] Lisa Nandy…: I want to discuss a problem that the Bill creates for the victims of human rights abuses committed by UK-based multinationals operating overseas…the proposals on civil litigation costs…will make it virtually...

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24 May 2011
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Auteur: Richard Meeran, Leigh Day, in The Guardian [UK]

The government's proposed changes to the civil litigation costs regime, which will severely restrict access to justice for many vulnerable individuals, have so far passed relatively unnoticed. However, those adversely affected will include victims of...

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21 May 2011
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Auteur: Tony S. Bergonia, Philippines Daily Inquirer

China has put on its menu thousands of hectares of mineral-rich land in the Philippines to feed its appetite for metals but with barely a regard for the environment or for Philippine laws, according to a report by...Pacific Strategies and Assessments.....

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9 May 2011
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Auteur: Corporate Responsibility Coalition

The UK government has recently proposed wide-ranging reforms to the costs regime for civil litigation following a review by Lord Jackson. The…reforms will significantly restrict the ability of claimants and their lawyers to recover legal costs from...

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4 May 2011
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Auteur: Elaine Kurtenbach, AP

A court in southeastern China's Fujian province has ordered the country's biggest gold miner, Zijin Mining Group, to pay a criminal fine of $4.6 million for toxic mine spills that highlight the challenges of policing heavy polluters with close ties to...

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Non-réponse
13 April 2011
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