How do You Say 'Acquitted' in Norwegian?
A little culture shock for litigator recruited to school Norway's court in the fine points of U.S. tax law.
Trying a case is rarely easy. Trying a case in a foreign country with unfamiliar procedural rules is particularly challenging. No one knows that better than Steven Bauer, who spent November successfully defending a Norwegian businessman with ties to accounting firm KPMG LLP against money-laundering charges in an Oslo court.
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