Conflict Minerals Case Faces Setbacks on Ruling

August 4, 2014
Legal experts believe that the rationale embraced by the court could apply in other cases in which business interests object to regulations on free speech grounds, such as the SEC requirements that companies disclose whether the conflict minerals in their products could be determined to have financed violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjacent countries.
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