Articles

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Cayman Islands Officials Prepare To Renegotiate US Enforcement Agreement During the week of June 3-10, 1985, Michael J. Bradley, Attorney General of the Cayman Islands, and a delegation of officials visited the U.S. to meet with members of Congress, Justice Department... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Money Laundering
Controversy Over Panamanian Banks Increasing In Panama and the U.S. controversy and pressure over laundering in Panama is increasing.  On March 2, the National Banking Commission announced that the Government of Panama had decided to revoke the... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Panama Money Laundering
Administration Of Justice Provisions Pass As part of the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985, Section 712 (Administration of Justice) was enacted.  The Section authorizes the President to furnish assistance to... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Administration of Justice
Office of Administration of Justice Created In May, 1985, the Office of the Administration of Justice was created within the Agency for International Development.  The office is headed by Thomas Geiger.  One of the office's first activities... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Administration of Justice
Final Bank Secrecy Act Regulations Are Issued On July 8, 1985, the U.S. Department of Treausry issued a final rule establishing a new procedure under which the Secretary of Treasury may issue reporting requirements in response to money-flow and... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Export Administration Act: An Alien View After substantial debate, more than two years of controversy and intense lobbying by affected parties, Congress finally agreed on a compromise position to revive the Export Administration Act for... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Export Enforcement
Private Bar and Badalamenti Case Gives Impetus To Opposition To New Money Laundering Bill A decision by U.S. District Judge Pierre N. Leval (S.D.N.Y.) on July 11 (84 Cr. 236) that it is unconstitutional for the government to seize legal fees that defendants paid their lawyers in narcotics... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Money Laundering
Recovery of Evidence Passed to a Foreign Country Under Judicial Assistance Principles On Feb. 6, 1985, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court unanimously confirmed that the Republic of Italy enjoys immunity against a civil complaint where Italian authorities had made a judicial assistance... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 1 1 1985-09-01 Evidence Sharing
Unitary Tax Developments On July 8, 1985, the Treasury released its draft unitary tax legislation with technical explanation.  New section 6039A would require that a "reporting corporation" file an information return with... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Tax Enforcement
Swiss Authorities Drop Criminal Case Against Marc Rich The Swiss Government has decided to dismiss a criminal action against Marc Rich & Company's principals, March Rich and Pincus Green, and the other individuals, accused of violating Swiss law and... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Switzerland Economic Espionage
Final Regulations On Information Returns For Foreign-Owned Corporations, And Information Returns By U.S. Persons Re Foreign Corporations Are Published On July 24, 1985, final regulations were promulgated relating to information returns required of U.S. persons with respect to certain foreign corporations, and information returns required of certain... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Information Exchange
IRS Issues Notices Of Systems Of Records Under The Privacy Act On July 22, 1985, 50 F.R. 29816, the Internal Revenue Service republished all of its systems of records notices, updating the information for the systems of records maintained by the IRS.  Several of... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Privacy
Conference Report: Resolution Of Transnational Tax Controversies On July 9, 1985, a Presidential Showcase program at the Annual Convention of the American Bar Association considered "Resolution of Transnational Tax Controversies."  The moderator was McGee Grigsby... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Tax Enforcement
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
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
Jamaican Army To Begin Attacking Drug Trade The Jamaican Government has placed four aerodromes in Jamaica under the control of the Army in the latest move to crack down on the island's multi-million dollar drug trade, it was announced by... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Jamaica Drug Enforcement
Former Belize Cabinet Minister Arrested On Drug Charges On April 8, 1985, Elijo Briceno, a former cabinet minister of Belize, was arrested in Miami by federal drug agents on charges that he conspired to smuggle monthly shipments of 4,000 to 5,000 pounds... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Belize Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. and Bahamas Make Huge Narcotics Bust In The Bahamas As New Cooperation In Narcotics Ensues On April 19, 1985, the U.S. and Bahamian law enforcement officials conducted an unprecedented joint operation over 30 Bahamian islands and along 150 miles of the Florida coast during a two week... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Bahamas Drug Enforcement
More U.S. Forces Depart From Grenada As Eastern Caribbean Countries Continue Transition On Building Security On June 11, 1985, 66 additional United States soldiers along with jeeps and equipment left Grenada.  The departure is the penultimate withdrawal of U.S. soldiers which numbered more than 6,000 at the... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Grenada Law of War