The Article examines a groundbraking decision of the ECJ, hoding that combining criminal and "administrative" sanctions in market abuse cases can violate the double jeopardy prohibition of the ECHR, and also discussing due process protections for the accused. The article examines critically the decision and its consequences, and compares the European situation with the one existing in the US.

When market abuse rules violate human rights: Grande Stevens v. Italy and the different approaches to double jeopardy in Europe and the US

VENTORUZZO, MARCO
2015

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The Article examines a groundbraking decision of the ECJ, hoding that combining criminal and "administrative" sanctions in market abuse cases can violate the double jeopardy prohibition of the ECHR, and also discussing due process protections for the accused. The article examines critically the decision and its consequences, and compares the European situation with the one existing in the US.
2015
Ventoruzzo, Marco
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