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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

The Crime Victims' Rights Act: Its Impact on Plea Negotiations with the Antitrust Division

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

John Majoras and Eric Enson (Jones Day) look at how the Crime Victims' Rights Act, which was enacted to give crime victims notice of, access to, and a voice in public criminal proceedings, may be potentially misused by antitrust plaintiffs and their counsel to gain an advantage in pending civil litigation in The Crime Victims' Rights Act: Its Impact on Plea Negotiations with the Antitrust Division.

 

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