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Corporations Hiding Behind the Constitution to Keep Secrets
by Jonathan Kaufman, December 15, 2014
Do corporations have the constitutional right to keep secrets, just because the information might be embarrassing or hurt their reputation if it became public? Our . . .
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Why did the Obama administration side with Big Oil instead of human rights?
by Jonathan Kaufman, July 12, 2012
Last month, the U.S. government weighed in on the side of Royal Dutch Petroleum/Shell in the Kiobel case, opposing everyday people who claim to have . . .
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Nestlé Accused of Negligent Complicity in Murder of Colombian Trade Unionist
by Jonathan Kaufman, May 24, 2012
This week I'm posting a series of updates on recent developments in human rights cases around the globe. Yesterday I wrote about a Dutch court . . .
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