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PepsiCo sues 4 Gujarat farmers for cultivating its patented potato. Apr 26, 2019 319
Atwoli to sue multinational tea firms in London for oppressing workers. Jan 28, 2019 372
Owner sues for PS350k Clutha loss; Action taken against chopper firm. Nov 23, 2018 270
Effectiveness of alternative dispute resolution in international business dispute resolution: a case of selected companies in Ghana. Poku, Kofi; Adu-Gyamfi, Akua Konadu Report Jun 22, 2014 5550
Financial management analysis of money laundering, corruption and unethical business practices: case studies of India: Nigeria and Russia. Swamy, M.R. Kumara Jan 1, 2011 8138
Regional management as a system: a longitudinal case study. Piekkari, Rebecca; Nell, Phillip C.; Ghauri, Pervez N. Jul 1, 2010 8511
Who promotes corruption in Africa? Duodu, Cameron Nov 1, 2009 4286
Landmark ruling allows apartheid victims to sue multinationals: in one of the most significant legal rulings in the post-apartheid history of South Africa, victims of the apartheid regime have finally received the green light from a US judge to sue multinational corporations that knowingly aided and abetted the apartheid regime. The implications of this ruling are colossal, not only for Africa but globally. Khadija Sharife reports. Sharife, Khadija Jun 1, 2009 1916
A lawsuit accusing several major international companies of aiding South Africa's apartheid system is moving forward. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief article Jul 1, 2008 122
Dealing with non-market stakeholders in the international market: case studies of US-based multinational enterprises in China. Yongqiang, Gao Jul 1, 2007 4854
Bananas of wrath: how Nicaragua may have dealt forum non conveniens a fatal blow removing the doctrine as an obstacle to achieving corporate accountability. Santayo, Paul Mar 22, 2005 12070
Bleak future: multinationals have a moral duty to their workers abroad--no matter what their lawyers say. Epstein, Jack Jul 1, 2004 733
Nowhere to hide: global corporates, when sued, used to walk away. Not for much longer. Epstein, Jack Jul 1, 2003 660
Courting international business: what are the human rights obligations of global capitalism? (Capitalism). Aaronson, Susan Ariel Mar 22, 2003 1512
Trying times: multinationals increasingly sue for big bucks when Latin American deals go bad. (Law). Rogers, Tim Mar 1, 2003 739
No longer safe at home: preventing the misuse of federal common law of foreign relations as a defense tactic in private transnational litigation. Mulligan, Lumen N. Aug 1, 2002 22044
Uncertain justice: liability of multinationals under the Alien Tort Claims Act. Shaw, Courtney Jun 1, 2002 13409
Fishing for the smoking gun: the need for British courts to grant American style extraterritorial discovery requests in U.S. industry-wide tort actions. Coelho-Adam, Y. Daphne Nov 1, 2000 15753
Preserving per se. Gluck, Abbe Case Note Jan 1, 1999 4306
Resolving transfer-pricing disputes through the revised competent authority process. Dunn, William J. May 1, 1991 3299
More Bhopals. editorial Jun 21, 1986 755

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