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Will Australian courts follow the UK holding parent companies liable for harm caused by subsidiary companies?
The fascinating and compelling decision in Vedanta Resources PLC v Lungowe  UKSC 20, delivered 10 April 2019, involved a
On Friday, 5 June 2020, the High Court granted special leave to appeal to a landholder group, Oakey Coal Action
Monash Law and Anti-Death Penalty Asia Network Report Reveals the Deficiencies of the Justice System in Malaysia in Purporting to Provide Fair Trials for Capital Crimes
Last week saw the launch of an important research report throwing light on the circumstances in which the death penalty