Supreme Court Justice: Time For Me To Tell The People Which Laws To Write

[Lawyers Weekly] Lawmakers should consider enacting new legislation that would enable Canadian companies to be sued domestically in superior court for alleged complicity in human rights violations abroad, says Supreme Court of Canada Justice Ian Binnie.

The judge said that Canada and many other nations have signed on to international treaties and conventions that guarantee various labour and human rights, yet most have not created fora to air and legally determine complaints that domestic companies have aided and abetted human rights abuses carried out by the governments of the foreign jurisdictions where they do business.

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