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Hayes' Fate No Sea Change for White Collar Extradition Fears

October 7, 2016

"The 11-year jail term handed to former swaps trader Tom Hayes in late 2015 for Libor manipulation shocked long-held perceptions that British courts are softer on financial crime than their U.S. counterparts, but attorneys said the case doesn't herald a sea change in white collar defendants' prospects on either side of the Atlantic."

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