* Shell accused of aiding Nigerian human rights abuses * Reach of 1789 law used to sue corporations * Supreme Court's ruling expected by the end of June By James Vicini WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - A number of Supreme Court justices expressed skepticism on Tuesday that corporations can be sued in the United States for alleged complicity in human rights abuses abroad, a case with important financial, legal and international implications. The high court during arguments considered limiting ...
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