‘Corporate responsibility and private (international) law’

“Corporate social responsibility has been the subject of lively debates in private international law for many years. These debates revolve around the question of whether companies domiciled in countries of the Global North can be held liable for human rights violations committed by foreign subsidiaries or suppliers in countries of the Global South (so-called supply chain liability) …” (more)

[Giesela Ruehl, Conflict of Laws .net, 10 May]

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