Private Client: Private state of affairs
Governments are increasingly grateful to the civil courts for taking on sticky and potentially embarrassing legal actions against big-name corporations and even terrorist organisations. Jason McCue sets out how globalisation and a new world order are increasingly leading to civil - instead of state - action
In the new world order, we can no longer be complacent or rely on the mother state or the international community to protect us from the everyday perils we face as citizens in the modern world. We have to be proactive as individuals and appreciate the important role and opportunity we have to shape modern society.
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