Bill Browder, author of best-seller Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man’s Fight for Justice, is joined by a panel of experts to discuss corruption and human rights in Russia:
• Bob Cox: USC Professor, Department of Political Science and Director, Walker Institute of International and Area Studies
• Joel Samuels: USC Professor of Law, School of Law and Director, Rule of Law Collaborative
• Andy Spicer: USC Associate Professor, Department of International Business, Darla Moore School of Business
• Markus Stanislav: USC Associate Professor, Department of International Business, Darla Moore School of Business
Bill Browder, CEO of Hermitage Capital Management, once the largest foreign investor in Russia, was kicked out of Russia in 2006 as a threat to national security. Bill Browder claims that his tax lawyer Sergei Magnitsky and he exposed corruption. Magnitsky was imprisoned and died in Russian custody. Browder says that Magnitsky was murdered. In 2012, Browder became the driving force behind the Magnitsky Act, a US law that placed sanction on Russians, who were thought to be responsible for the death of Sergei Magnitsky, by freezing their US assets and prohibiting their entrance into the United States. Russians retaliated by banning the adoption of Russian children by Americans.
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