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Introduction Corporations have long posed conceptual difficulties in a variety of doctrinal contexts. From the first cases involving corporate claims for protection under the...
Vol. 134 No. 2
“As a moth is drawn to the light, so is a litigant drawn to the United States.” In 1983, when the British judge Lord...
Ninth Circuit Denies Rehearing En Banc of Case Permitting Domestic Corporate Liability Claim.
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The Alien Tort Statute (ATS) has been a creature on the run. Birthed under presumptions of general common law, it found itself in Erie’s...
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The Alien Tort Statute (ATS) is a single sentence long. It’s a pithy statute, but for many years it served as a “lynchpin” of...
Fourth Circuit Allows Alien Tort Statute Claim Against Abu Ghraib Contractor.
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Second Circuit Holds that Kiobel Bars Common Law Suits Alleging Violations of Customary International Law Based Solely on Conduct Occurring Abroad.
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Second Circuit Looks Beyond Complaint To Find State Action Requirement Satisfied.
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