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Rough Justice: Stuart Eizenstat and Holocaust-era Asset Restitution (A) Case Solution & Answer

Since 1994, a series of articles and public statements indicated that Swiss banks may have retained property belonging to Holocaust victims, and also may have been involved in long-term attempts to block the ability of survivors recover these assets, after the Second World War. Stuart Eizenstat, a government official of long standing, and U.S. Special Envoy for the return of property, began a complex negotiation of several years between the representatives of the victims, advocacy groups, government officials and banks in a bid for unprecedented restitution to victims. Fractous unify the parties in an uncertain legal, social and economic context, unique approach to quantify Eizenstat “rough justice” to establish the liability of legal persons and the governments of past injustices in Switzerland, is the basis of this study.
by
James K. Sebenius,
Laurence A. Green
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Date Posted: March 29, 2013. Prod #: 913037-PDF-ENG
Rough Justice: (A) Stuart Eizenstat Case Solution and the Holocaust-Era Asset Restitution

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