1 Legislative History of the Economic Espionage Act of 1996: P.L. 104-294: 110 Stat. 3488: 11 October 1996 1 (1996)

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ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE ACT OF 1996
Public Law 104-294 110 Stat. 3488
11 October 1996
PUBLIC LAW
1.   Public Law 104-294 as approved
October 11, 1996.
REPORTS
104th Congress
2.   House Report No. 104-788, to
accompany H.R. 3723, September 16,
1996.
3.   House Report No. 104-391, to
accompany H.R. 2538, December 11,
1995.
4.   Senate Report No. 104-357, to
accompany S. 982, August 27, 1996.
5.   Senate Report No. 104-359, to
accompany S. 1556, August 27, 1996.
104th Congress - Related Reports
6.   Senate Report No. 104-258, to
accompany S. 1718, April 30, 1996 -
containing Title V, the Economic
Espionage Act of 1996.
7.   House Report No. 104-832, conference
report to accompany H.R. 3259,
September 24, 1996 -[Economic
espionage provisions were dropped in
conference from S. 1718, companion
bill to H.R. 3259].

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