UK in the firing line from US extraterritorial prosecutions
After initial indignation at US prosecutions of non-nationals for fraud and corruption, foreign companies are learning that cooperation can be a safer strategy than contestation when problems are unearthed. The UK’s adversarial legal tradition, and perceived lapses over arms deals, leaves its companies in especially exposed extraterritorial terrain.
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