The Anti-Terrorism Act: Recent Developments Lead to Greater Clarity, (New York Law Journal)
In this time of global uncertainty, courts in the Second Circuit have recently provided greater certainty in the application of an oft-misunderstood federal statute, the Anti-Terrorism Act (“ATA”). In this article published by the New York Law Journal article, Jones Day Financial Markets partner Lanier Saperstein, and associates Mario J. Cacciola, Emily Goldberg Knox and Helen Jiang analyze those decisions, especially as they apply to financial institutions, and explain what we can expect with at least five ATA cases pending before the Second Circuit.
Reprinted with permission from the June 9, 2020 issue of New York Law Journal. © 2020 ALM Media Properties, LLC. Further duplication without permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.
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