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Extradition for Antitrust Crimes Could Become New Norm

21 July 2014

Global Competition Review

The April 2014 extradition of Romano Pisciotti from Germany to the US, arising from his alleged involvement in a rubber hose cartel, demonstrates the new realities executives face as a result of the globalisation of criminal cartel regimes. As more countries enact criminal cartel laws, fewer safe havens exist to shield indicted defendants from extradition to the US, writes Hogan Lovells partner and former prosecutor Kathryn Hellings.

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