Friday, February 20, 2015

Nowhere to Hide? Extradition in Antitrust Cases from a European Perspective

Markus Rohrig, Hengeler Mueller asks Nowhere to Hide? Extradition in Antitrust Cases from a European Perspective.

ABSTRACT: Earlier this year, Germany surrendered Romano Pisciotti, an Italian citizen charged with price fixing and bid rigging in the marine hose cartel, to the US Government. This is the first time the USA secured the extradition of a foreign individual on antitrust charges. This article explores the implications of the Pisciotti case on antitrust practitioners counselling clients in international cartel cases. It also highlights important implications for antitrust policy makers in Europe, especially, when considering the introduction of criminal sanctions—a hotly contested battleground in antitrust policy making today.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2015/02/nowhere-to-hide-extradition-in-antitrust-cases-from-a-european-perspective.html

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