Part I examines the 1986 amendment's legislative history and explains how the new subpoena powers will operate. Part II analyzes the new subpoena powers with respect to current standards of extraterritorial discovery under international law. Finally, Part III proposes an appropriate approach to serving CFTC subpoenas abroad which will promote their enforceability while not affronting the sovereignty of foreign nations.
Peter G. McGonagle,
Serving Subpoenas Abroad Pursuant to the Futures Trading Act of 1986,
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