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Jama and ors v United States Immigration and Naturalization Service and ors, Trial court judgment, Case No 97-CV-3093, 22 FSupp2d 353 (DNJ 1998), ILDC 2352 (US 1998), 1st October 1998, United States; New Jersey; District Court for the District of New Jersey [DNJ]

Whether foreign nationals could bring a claim under a treaty or customary international law against a corporation and its employees, the domestic state, or domestic state officials under the Alien Torts Statute (‘ATS’).

Whether the existence of available domestic remedies for the same alleged harm precluded the foreign nationals’ claims under international law.

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