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Confession Consequences in a Crowded Investigative Environment: Complexities in Cooperation with...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Rein Wesseling, Sep 16, 2015 Amnesty and leniency applications have frequently been compared to...

10 Ways to Preserve the Lustre of Leniency

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Grant Murray, Douglas Tween, Feb 26, 2014 Today, the allure of antitrust immunity is...

Conspiracy Screens: Practical Defense Perspectives

Donald Klawiter, Mar 13, 2012 Despite the enormous increase in cartel detection and the internationalization of both detection and enforcement since 1995, many believe that...

How To Catch A Thief — Corporate Leniency And The Irrepressible...

Rick Dumas-Eymard, Gordon Schnell, Sep 27, 2011 Perhaps it can be traced back to 1879, when Eugen Richter, a member of the German Parliament, stood...

The Sherman Act’s Criminal Extraterritorial Reach: Unresolved Questions Raised By United...

Anthony Biagioli, Mark Popofsky, Aug 30, 2011 Over the last decade, the Department of Justice's ("DOJ's") vigorous criminal antitrust enforcement-driven by amnesty for the first...

Introduction of Leniency Programs for Cartel Participants: The Russian Case

Svetlana Avdasheva, Andrey Shastitko, Aug 30, 2011 Collusion of market participants is one of the most dangerous forms of restriction of competition, adversely affecting incentives...

Improving Deterrence of Hard-Core Cartels

Mariana Tavares de Araujo, Nov 05, 2010 The purpose of this paper is to discuss Ginsburg's & Wright's proposal to enhance deterrence of hard-core cartels...

It Ain’t Funny How Time Slips Away: Amnesty Recipient Cooperation in...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Jay Himes, Aug 13, 2009 Five years ago, Congress enacted the Antitrust Criminal Penalty...

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