E.g., 2020-07
Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geography Subject Areas
Department of Justice Privacy Exemptions On September 12, 1985, the Department of Justice (DOJ) proposed to exempt a new system of records entitled the "General Files System of the Office of the Attorney General" from certain provisions of... Bruce Zagaris 1 2 1985-10-01 United States Privacy
CIAT Review The technical publication of the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations, CIAT REVIEW in 1984-1985, has useful articles on tax administration, including highlights of the XVIII CIAT General... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Tax Enforcement
Final Rule Enable Savings & Loan To Report Suspected Crimes On November 8, 1985, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, as the operating head of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC), has promulgated a final rule that institutions whose... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 United States Law Enforcement
Frankfurt EAA Seminar: Switch to Non-U.S. Suppliers On October 25, 1985, the German trade association of electrical and electronic industries (ZVEI) held a seminar in Frankfurt, Germany, on the amended Export Administration Act and on compliance with... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 1 3 1985-11-01 Germany Export Enforcement
Jamaican Extradition Request Raises Political Offense Issue A request by the Jamaican Government for Donovan Gordon, a former bodyguard to Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley, has raised the political offense exception to extradition.  Jamaican authorities... Bruce Zagaris 1 2 1985-11-01 Jamaica Extradition
General Accounting Office Renews its Criticism of BSA Enforcement The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations continues its watchdog role over enforcement of the Bank Secrecy Act.  On October 29, 1985, the Permanent Subcommittee held a status hearing on... Constantine G. Papavizas 1 2 1985-10-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Meese Addresses Italy-USA-Switzerland Conference In a speech delivered to the Italy-USA-Switzerland Conference of the International Association of Jurists, on September 14, 1984, Edwin Meese III, Attorney General of the United States, praised new... Bruce Zagaris 1 2 1985-10-01 Italy Law Enforcement
INTERPOL Model Legislation The details of the Interpol Model Legislation are now avaliable.  The highlights were provided in the article in 67 Taxes Internationai 10 (May, 1985).  The model legislation was approved by the... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 INTERPOL
United Nations Resolutions on Control of Drug Trafficking In a Resolution dated February 26, 1985, by the General Assembly (G.A.) on "International campagin against traffic in narcotics drugs" the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has been requested to... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 Drugs & Trafficking
Antiterrorist Inter-Agency Task Force Work An interagency task force stablished in July, 1985 to develop a U.S. strategy for dealing with terrorism has been meeting and is to make recommendations for a national policy for dealing with... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 United States Terrorism
U.S. Investor Pleads Guilty on OPIC Assistance in Grenada On December 3, 1985, William Ingle of Virginia Beach pleaded guilty to a charge of making a false statement to a federal agency to obtain $350,000 worth of assistance from the Overseas Private... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 Grenada White Collar Crime
Select Committee Holds Hearing On September 12, 1985, the ranking members of the House Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control in a hearing urged the Reagan Administration to give a higher priority to international... Bruce Zagaris 1 2 1985-10-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
International Tax Enforcement Continues to Rise Bruce Zagaris 0 0 2011-11-28
The Effects of the Odebrecht and Braskem Convictions Continue to Unfold and Challenge the Ability to Conduct Multiple investigations and Proceedings Fairly As the governments and other victims of the Odebrecht and Braskem convictions continue to take action, the effects of those actions continue to unfold. 2017-04-17 Brazil, Colombia, United States Corruption, International Cooperation, International Crimes
International Organizations Work to Prevent and Prosecute Covid-19 Financial Crimes As the frauds and related crimes from Covid-19 occur, international organizations worldwide are providing guidance and assistance to their members to prevent, investigate, and prosecute crimes... Bruce Zagaris 2020-05-23 Crimes
ICC Sentences Ntaganda to 30 Years of Imprisonment On November 7, 2019, the Trial Chamber VI of the International Criminal Court (ICC or the Court), unanimously sentenced Bosco Ntaganda to 30 years of imprisonment.[1] This is the longest... Michael Plachta 2019-11-10 International Criminal Court
U.S. Forfeits Over $480 Million of Abacha Funds But Ultimate Disposition Of Funds Unknown                 On August 7, 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice announced it has forfeited more than $480 million in corruption proceeds hidden in bank accounts worldwide by former Nigerian... 2016-08-10 Nigeria, United States Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, Corruption, Money Laundering
UN Security Council Adopts Two Resolutions on Counter-Terrorism On December 21, 2017, the United Nations Security Council adopted two resolutions addressing various aspects of counter-terrorism. The first resolution concerns foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs)... 2018-01-12 Counter-terrorism
FinCEN Starts Global Investigations Division On August 28, 2019, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) announced the start of its Global Investigations Division (GID), which will have responsibility to implement targeted... 2019-08-30 United States Money Laundering