Three US Senators introduce a bill that would make permanent provisions of the ACPERA granting reduced civil liability to successful leniency applicants

Bill Introduced To Secure Reduced Civil Liability For Amnesty Applicants* Three U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would make permanent provisions of the Antitrust Criminal Penalties Enforcement and Reform Act of 2004 (ACPERA) granting reduced civil liability to companies who successfully apply for criminal amnesty under the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust leniency program and subsequently provide "satisfactory cooperation" to civil plaintiffs. Under ACPERA, a cooperating amnesty applicant may be held liable in a civil

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  • Sheppard Mullin (San Francisco)

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Dylan I. Ballard, Three US Senators introduce a bill that would make permanent provisions of the ACPERA granting reduced civil liability to successful leniency applicants, 9 June 2010, e-Competitions June 2010, Art. N° 66450

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