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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Private Legal Transplants: Bright and dark nature of an unnoticed phenomenon

"Only a few months ago, the social image of prom­in­ent transna­tional enter­prises such as Apple and HP was threatened by media report­ing sev­eral viol­a­tions of labor rights by Fox­conn, the main con­tract man­u­fac­turer for elec­tron­ics com­pan­ies such as these, and which is loc­ated in the People’s Repub­lic of China ..." (more)

[Tomaso Ferando, Critical Legal Thinking, 28 May 2012]