A September 1999 conference at the Australian National U. brought together specialists from academia, the bench, professional practice, government, and activist organizations to consider how commercial law does and can affect the protection of human rights. In this volume, 14 papers from that conference explore topics such as the legal responsibilities (both actual and potential) of multinational corporations and obligations under international law, extra-territorial state laws, labor law, anti-discrimination legislation, native title rights, intellectual property law, commercial litigation, tax law, and the commercial development of biotechnology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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