Complicity issues and redress for victims in the aftermath of Jesner v Arab Bank

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Abstract

Jesner v Arab Bank focused on whether corporate defendants could be held liable under the Alien Torts Statute (ATS). This blog post concentrated on unpacking two central issues of the case 1) the Court's narrow view on complicity and its disregard for passive complicity; and 2) the implications of the decision for victims of human rights violations involving corporations.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBusiness and Human Rights blog
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2018

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