June 30, 2005
Kelo and Corporate Social Responsibility
Posted by Christine Hurt

One idea discussed in corporate social responsibility circles is to have corporations be more specific about their social responsibility plans in their annual reports so that if corporations are really just being fluffy, then they can be sued.  (I think I heard Cheryl Wade propose that at the Law & Society conference).    Virginia Postrel throws out a similar idea with a post-Kelo spin:  "I'd suggest another front: shareholder and consumer activism to get businesses to pledge not to use eminent domain for their own private purposes."

Tip: Instapundit.

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