Are Private Sector WTO Litigators At Risk Under Logan Act?

Law360, New York (November 30, 2017, 3:51 PM EST) -- There is renewed interest in compliance with a series of U.S. national security laws designed to protect the United States from having its own citizens collaborate with foreign governments to undermine U.S. law. The most well-known among them is the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA),[1] which was first enacted in 1938 and seeks to ensure that all persons acting politically or quasi-politically on behalf of foreign entities in the United States properly disclose their activities to the U.S. government. A lesser-known but much older cousin is...
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