About Capitalism and Private International Law

Tomaso Ferrando

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Abstract

The internationalization of production and the shift from vertical integration to contractual links are presenting courts with new challenges when courts are asked to redress violations that occur throughout the chain. In the pursue of global governance through law and corporate accountability, the fact that slavery, forced labor, violations of jus cogens and environmental disasters take place beyond borders already poses concerns. When the same events are realized by third party contractors that only have a contractual obligation and that may operate several tiers away from the lead firm, the framework appears even more intricated.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdjudication without frontiers
Subtitle of host publicationThe global turn in private international law
EditorsHoratia Muir Watt, Diego Fernandez Arroyo, Lucia Bizikova, Agatha Brandao de Oliveira
PublisherAldershot: Edward Edgar Publishing
Chapter11
Pages229-235
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)978 1 78811 923 8
ISBN (Print)978 1 78811 922 1
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • private international law
  • land
  • food
  • global value chains
  • nestle

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