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Criminal cartel prosecution and civil leniency: international perspectives on irreconcilable differe

14th September 2011

What's this event about?

Controversy has arisen over the required disclosure of privileged material obtained during leniency applications, particularly in criminal cartel cases. Authorities are reviewing their penalties and leniency policies to identify how best to ensure the benefits of the leniency system, while accommodating individuals' rights and judicial disclosure orders. Experts from several jurisdictions will debate these issues with a view to identifying the main risks and opportunities for reform.

- disclosure of privileged material?
- witnesses - to interview or not?
- prospects for leniency systems: harm, or harmony?

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