The US DoJ convicts a foreign executive following extradition proceedings for price fixing (Ullings)

Dutch national Maria Christina “Meta” Ullings was extradited from Italy to the United States on January 10. Ullings previously served as the senior vice president of cargo sales and marketing for Martinair N.V. (Martinair Cargo). On September 21, 2010, Ullings was originally charged in a public, one-count indictment for conspiring to fix surcharge rates on air cargo shipments in violation of the Sherman Act. An arrest warrant was issued the same day. [1] On November 8, 2011, an Interpol Red Notice was issued, requesting her arrest during international travel. [2] Extradition from Italy

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  • Morgan Lewis (Sillicon Valley)

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Mark L. Krotoski, The US DoJ convicts a foreign executive following extradition proceedings for price fixing (Ullings), 13 January 2020, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2020, Art. N° 93072

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