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'ALIEN TORT STATUTE' SHAKEDOWN: COURT MUST ARREST NEW ATTEMPT TO EXPAND MISCHIEVOUS U.S. LAW

20 No. 16 ANTILR 9Konrad L. Cailteux, Esq., and B. Keith Gibson, Esq.* Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 7 pages)

'ALIEN TORT STATUTE' SHAKEDOWN: COURT MUST ARREST NEW ATTEMPT TO EXPAND MISCHIEVOUS U.S. LAW

20 No. 16 ANTILR 9Konrad L. Cailteux, Esq., and B. Keith Gibson, Esq.* Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter (Approx. 7 pages)

20 No. 16 Andrews Tobacco Indus. Litig. Rep. 9
Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter
*1 April 15, 2005
Commentary
Konrad L. Cailteux, Esq., and B. Keith Gibson, Esq.*aa1
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'ALIEN TORT STATUTE' SHAKEDOWN: COURT MUST ARREST NEW ATTEMPT TO EXPAND MISCHIEVOUS U.S. LAW

The Alien Tort Statute (“ATS”), 28 U.S.C. § 1350, is a 215-year old statute that has recently gained prominence after sitting virtually dormant for its first 200 years. The ATS, which was enacted by the First Congress as part of the Judiciary Act of...
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