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U.S. Justice Department’s amicus curae brief in case of Doe v. Unocal

[link is to Human Rights Watch webpage entitled "U.S.: Ashcroft Attacks Human Rights Law" - scroll to bottom of page to download the U.S. Justice Dept. brief]

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Human Rights Watch attacks U.S. Justice Dept. for proposing that victims be denied the right to sue companies in U.S. courts for abuses committed abroad

Unocal lawsuit (re Myanmar)