Fellows in the news
Frederick Davis has been monitoring the Halkbank case, where the US Supreme Court ruled on April 19, 2023, that the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) does not provide immunity in criminal cases. The decision now rests with the US Court of Appeals to determine the possibility of acquiring common law immunity.
For our German speakers, Frederick Davis' comparative legal study examines the handling of DPAs and NPAs, highlighting the advantages and disadvantages of informal procedures.
Frederick Davis highlights the key issues and evaluates what blanket immunity could mean for SOEs and the Department of Justice’s efforts to prosecute international crime.
Thank you to Fellows Jonathan Sack, Ben Gruenstein, Lucinda Low and Fred Davis for filing an amicus on behalf of The Academy in the Rafoi case.