Retired City exec fights exradition to US as lopsided treaty comes into play

O'Connor, Joanne
May 2005
Lawyer;5/9/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 18, p7
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Reports that the British Crown Prosecution Service is seeking an extradition order against Ian Norris, a retired chief executive of engineering group Morgan Crucible, following an extradition request from the United States government. Claim by the U.S. that Norris fixed prices for carbon products sold in the U.S.; Issues related to the Extradition Treaty between Great Britain and the U.S.; Defense of Norris by White & Case, which is led by Alistair Graham.


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