Antitrust Criminal Sanctions: The Evolution of Executive Punishment (reprint)
CPI Journal, 2012, vol. 8
The increased focus on the defendant executive raises a number of problems that will keep company counsel, as well as targeted executives and their independent counsel, awake at night. Donald Klawiter (Sheppard Mullin)
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