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Garcia v. Tahoe Resources Inc
The key lesson highlighted in this judgment is the fact that membership of the same group of companies does not automatically clothe a parent company
Following a campaign by Greenpeace HSBC is set to change its policies on forest deforestation
First published on Edie.net, we explore a year on from the Modern Slavery Act
One of the key implications is that it is still not impossible for a high-street retailer to be supplied by unethical manufacturers