Foreign sovereigns face risk of criminal cases from US state prosecutors
A recent US Supreme Court decision leaves foreign sovereigns open to criminal cases brought by enterprising state and federal prosecutors, leaving it up to officials in the US executive branch to intervene if a potentially damaging case is brought, writes Sidley Austin partners Marisa West and Jennifer Clark and senior counsel Jeffrey Green.
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