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(55) The British courts have held that the issue of diplomatic representations with respect to Guantanamo detainees are iusticiable, but have stopped short of ordering governments to make diplomatic representations: see Abbasi v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, [20021 EWCA Civ 1598 (BAILII), 2002 WL 31452052; AI Rawiv Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, [20061 EWHC 972 (Admin) (BAILII), [2006] HRLR 30 (WL UK).
(39) Ibid at 11, citing Justice Sullivan in an early control order case (Secretary of State for the Home Department v MB, [2006] EWHC 1000 (Admin), (sub nom Re MB) [2006] HRLR 29 at para 103 [MB (HC)], rev'd MB (CA), infra note 191, rev'd MB & AF, infra note 72).
(48.) Daniel Moeckli, "Of Minarets and Foreign Criminals: Swiss Direct Democracy and Human Rights" (2011) 11:4 HRLR 774 at 775.
See also Sandeep Gopalan Sc Katrina Hogan, "Ethical Transnational Corporate Activity at Home and Abroad: A Proposal for Reforming Continuous Disclosure Obligations in Australia and the United States", 46:2 Colum HRLR [forthcoming in 2015].
See also Sofia C Hubscher, "Making it Worth the Plaintiffs' While: Extra Incentive Awards to Named Plaintiffs in Class Action Employment Discrimination Lawsuits" (1992) 23:2 Colum HRLR 463 at 485, n 142.