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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Extradition: The New Sword or the Mouse that Roared?

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Jim Wilson discusses Extradition: The New Sword or the Mouse that Roared?

ABSTRACT: Has the Norris extradition changed the landscape for foreign executives facing antitrust charges in the United States? This article asserts that it has not: extradition is likely still to be the exception to the rule, and in most jurisdictions, the executive who chooses not to come to the United States to face charges is not likely to be forced to do so.

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