The last few months have seen a great deal of activity before the courts on the issue of corporate responsibility. Plaintiffs are struggling to find different legal avenues to attribute legal responsibility between related companies. Two recent cases that have dealt with this issue are Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation and Garcia v. Tahoe Resources Inc. The former involves the piercing of the corporate veil, and the latter, the attribution of liability from a subsidiary to a parent company under tort law.
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