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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Commercial Law and Human Rights

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Edited by: Stephen Bottomley, David Kinley

ISBN13: 9780754621362
ISBN: 0754621367
Published: April 2003
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

In an environment of globalization, privatization and corporatization, the intersection of commercial law and human rights has raised fundamental questions of international significance for commercial lawyers, governments and non-government organizations alike. This book explores the extent and implications of this intersection, in areas such as the legal responsibilities (actual and potential) multi-national corporations and obligations under international law, extra-territorial state laws, labour law, anti-discrimination legislation, native title rights, intellectual property, commercial litigation, tax law and the commercial development of biotechnology. The aim of the book is to encourage commerical lawyers to consider the significance of human rights issues for their work and also human rights lawyers and activists to consider the importance of commercial law to their work.

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Commercial Law
Comment on papers presented at the Commerical Law and Human Rights Conference, Sir Anthony Mason
human rights as legally binding or merely relevant?, David Kinley
corporations and human rights, Stephen Bottomley
the business case for human rights - the Amnesty International perspective, Rory Sullivan and Des Hogan
human rights and global business, Robert McCorquodale
human rights and transnational litigation - interesting points of intersection, Andrew Bell
corporate governance and sexual harassment, Christine Parker and Leon Wolff
the Human Rights Act 1998 and commercial law, James Strachan
intellectual property and human rights, Sam Ricketson
the rights to food, health and intellectual property in the era of "biogopolies", Peter Drahos
equality, freedom and democracy - tax law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Claire Young
administrative law, commerce and human rights, John McMillan
labour law and human rights, Phillipa Weeks
nativ title in commercial practice - a question of human rights or risk management?, Bryan Horrigan.