Law firm Leigh Day will go to the High Court today (Tuesday 3 December) to ensure an injunction remains in place against London-based African Barrick Gold (ABG) to prevent the company from what lawyers have alleged was an abuse of the English court process.
Leigh Day represents Tanzanian villagers who claim that ABG and its 100% subsidiary, North Mara Gold Mine Limited (NMGML), are liable to compensate them for deaths and injuries allegedly caused by the use of excessive force by mine security and police at the companies’ mine in Tanzania.
See http://www.leighday.co.uk/News/2013/December-2013/Tanzanian-villagers-claim-abuse-of-process-by-Brit.