Elizabeth Robertson, Partner, Laura Atherton, Senior Associate and Zaib Malik, Associate with the Corporate Crime and Regulatory department of K&L Gates, take us through the twin concepts of mutual legal assistance and extradition and how the complex web of bilateral and multilateral treaties work in practice between western nations and China, India and Brazil.
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