ICJ makes public report on corporate complicity in international crimes
Today, the ICJ made public the final report of the Expert Legal Panel on Corporate Complicity in International Crimes.
The Panel was set up in 2006 to explore when companies and their officials could be held legally responsible under criminal and/or civil law when they are involved with other actors in gross human rights abuses. The report, comprising three volumes, addresses corporate complicity from the angles of criminal law, the law of civil responsibility and public policy.
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