This paper examines the main legal elements of corporate criminal responsibility for involvement in serious human rights violations, focusing specifically on the mens rea, or mental element requirement of a crime. It analyzes in detail what it means for a business to be complicit, the degree of knowledge corporations and their officials must have to be implicated in accomplice liability, and a case study demonstrating the consequences of such liability on corporations.
"Corporate Complicity In Human Rights Violations Under International Criminal Law,"
International Human Rights Law Journal:
1, Article 5.
Available at: http://via.library.depaul.edu/ihrlj/vol1/iss1/5
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