Double Jeopardy: Coordinating Cross-Border Corruption Investigations

, New York Law Journal


Nicolas Bourtin and Louise M. Delahunty of Sullivan & Cromwell and Massimo Mantovani, senior executive vice president and general counsel of Eni S.p.A., discuss the E.U., U.S. and international bodies approaches to double jeopardy, how international antitrust enforcement authorities have established mechanisms to mitigate the risk of double jeopardy, and proposals for a legal framework to be applied to parallel anti-corruption investigations.

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