Emma Luce Scali

International Legal Personality of Multinational Enterprises and Violations of International Humanitarian Law in Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

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Keywords: Corporations Civil Liability; Israel; Belligerent Occupation; International Humanitarian Law; International Legal Personality

On 22 March 2013, the Court of Appeal of Versailles dismissed the case against "Alstom" and "Veolia", two French companies involved in the construction of a light rail system allegedly abetting Israel's illegal occupation of East Jerusalem. This article examines some controversial aspects of the Court's ruling, especially relating to the interpretation of relevant international humanitarian law and the lack by multinational enterprises of international legal personality.

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