Leniency’s expansion triggers growing pains for whistleblowers
Global leniency programmes that protect whistleblowers from antitrust fines and prosecution may be suffering from their own success, with agencies making sometimes arduous and duplicative demands of whistleblowers as they attempt to cooperate with antitrust probes. Ron Knox at the ABA Spring Meeting
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