- Elgar original reference
Edited by Stephen Tully
The ever-important topic of corporate legal responsibility is deconstructed into many multifaceted components in this fascinating Handbook, which systematically examines each in turn and describes the contemporary legal position.
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- Figures, tables and boxes
- Foreword by Michael S. Baram
- Preface by Stephen Tully
- Chapter 1: The Theoretical Background: The Nature of the Actors in Corporate Social Responsibility
- Chapter 2: Comparative Corporate Governance Developments and Key Ongoing Challenges from Anglo-American Perspectives
- Chapter 3: The Fiduciary Duties of Directors: A Proposal for Improving Corporate Governance in Latin America
- Chapter 4: Directors’ Duties within the United Kingdom
- Chapter 5: Regulating the Approach of Companies towards Employees: The New Statutory Duties and Reporting Obligations of Directors within the United Kingdom
- Chapter 6: Protecting Supplier Interests through English Company Law
- Chapter 7: ‘Never Say Never Jurisprudence’: Comparative Approaches to Corporate Responsibility under the Law of Torts
- Chapter 8: Corporate Criminal Responsibility
- Chapter 9: Corporate Criminal Liability in the United States
- Chapter 10: Moral Indifference and Corporate Manslaughter: Compromising Safety in the Name of Profit?
- Chapter 11: Reforming the Doctrine of Attribution: A Canadian Solution to British Concerns?
- Chapter 12: Sustainable Waste Management: The Challenge for Businesses in Wales
- Chapter 13: In the Dark All Cats are Grey: Corporate Responsibility and Legal Responsibility
- Chapter 14: Whistleblowers: The Critical Link in Corporate Accountability
- Chapter 15: The Dutch Corporate Governance Code: Self-Regulation or Interactive Legislation?
- Chapter 16: The Influence of NGOs on the Normative Framework for Business and Human Rights
- Chapter 17: The Interaction between Corporate Codes of Conduct and International Law: A Study of Women and Children in the Textile Industry
- Chapter 18: A Multilateral Contribution to Corporate Standards of Behaviour: The ILO’s Declaration on Multinational Enterprises
- Chapter 19: Corporate Environmental Liability within the European Union
- Chapter 20: Corporate Responsibility: The UNEP Experience
- Chapter 21: Corporate Accountability: An NGO Perspective
- Chapter 22: International Aspects of Corporate Liability and Corruption
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