U.S. Supreme Court agrees with U.S. Chamber that the FOIA exemption for “confidential” business information provided to the government is not limited to information that would cause competitive harm if disclosed
1. Whether a defendant is subject to suit under the ATS for aiding and abetting another person’s alleged violation of the law of nations based on allegations that the defendant intended to pursue a legitimate business objective while knowing (but not intending) that the objective could be advanced by the other person’s violation of international law.
2. Whether the “focus” test of Morrison v. National Australian Bank, Ltd., 561 U.S. 247, 248 (2010), governs whether a proposed application of the ATS would be impermissibly extraterritorial under Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., 133 S. Ct. 1659 (2013).
3. Whether there is a well-defined international-law consensus that corporations are subject to liability for violations of the law of nations.