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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
U.S. Court Rules that Nigerian Governmental Entities Have No Immunity Over Civil Racketeering Charges for Advance Fee Accusations On December 9, 1999, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit affirmed a district court's opinion that jurisdiction existed over the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the Republic of... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 United States Racketeering/RICO
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Work Continues with New Arrests and Investigations On December 20 and 23, 1999, NATO peacekeepers in Bosnia arrested Maj. Gen. Stanislav Galic, commander of the Bosnian Serb forces that besieged Sarajevo from 1992 to 1994, under a sealed indictment... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Former Yugoslavia Arrest
Canadian and U.S. Officials Threaten Enforcement Action Against Expatriates and Economic Citizenship Programs and Draw Response On December 27, 1999, the media reported that Dominica's Opposition Leader, Rosie Douglas, has stated he will visit Canada early in 2000 to discuss his government's economic citizenship program. Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Canada Economic Integration
OAS Establishes Justice Study Center for the Americas As part of the implementation on the "Strenghtening of Justice Systems and Judiciaries" during the meeting of the heads of state and government at the Second Summit of the Americas, held in Santiago... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Latin America and South America Investigation
Canada Sues Tobacco Mogul in the U.S. for Civil Tax Fraud and Racketeering On December 21, 1999, the Canadian Government creatively sued R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Holdings, Inc. and affiliates, in U.S. District Court in Syracuse, New York under the Racketeer Influenced and... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Canada Fraud
EU Publishes Annual Report 1998 on Protecting Community Against Fraud The European Union has published its annual report for 1998 on protecting the Communities' financial interests and the fight against fraud, which contains a summary of initiatives and proposals in... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 European Union Fraud
Australian Court Orders Alleged Mexican Fraudsters Extradited On December 14, 1999, Magistrate Lisa Hanna of the Magistrate Court of Victoria, in Melbourne, Australia ordered the extradition to Mexico of Carlos Efraín de Jésus Cabal Peniche and Marco Pasini... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Australia Extradition
Western Accounting Standards with Regard to the Enforcement of Anti-Corruption Laws on the Russian Corporate Landscape Following the adoption of Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which... Timur Sinuraya 16 2 2000-02-01 Russia Corruption
Caribbean Governments Complain of Deportation of Nationals Increasingly Caribbean governments are requesting states that deport Caribbean nationals to act to take action to mitigate their harm from such deportations or to curb such deportations, which are... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Caribbean Deportation
European Commission Brings Action Against 2 EU Institutions for Access by Fraud Unit On January 12, 2000, the European Commission brought an action in the European Court of Justice against the European Central Bank and the European Investment Bank after the two entities refused to... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Europe Fraud
Cuba and U.S. Agree on Deportation of Cuban Inmates from U.S. After Kidnapping On December 19, 1999, U.S. officials ended a hostage standoff at a detention facility in St. Martinville, Louisiana after it reached an agreement with the Cuban Government that allowed the U.S. to... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Cuba Deportation
Discovery of Stowaways Continue amid Promise of Better Enforcement by Hong Kong On January 10, 2000, officials in Seattle found a container on the giant freighter Cape May that housed 18 men, only 15 of which survived the trip from Hong Kong. Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Hong Kong Smuggle
Australian Court Orders Malta Representative Office to Produce Bank Documents in Malta In June 1999, the Federal Court of Australia ordered a representative office of a Malta bank in Australia to produce documents and give information in connection with a money laundering investigation... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Australia Money Laundering
Arrest of 10 Young Chinese Girls on U.S.-Canada Borders Points to Growing Use of Native Border Ring for Smuggling On January 5, 2000, Canadian police arrested ten young Chinese women who were being smuggled into the U.S. by a growing group that operate from a native reserve on the Canadian-U.S. border. Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Canada Smuggle
DOJ/CEELI Criminal Law Reform Project Activities Fall/Winter 1999-2000 CEELI completed two installments of its criminal codes training program for Albanian judges and lawyers.  Catherine Newcombe 16 2 2000-02-01 World Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
U.S. Proposals $1.3 Billion of Urgent Aid for Colombia Counter-Drug Efforts On January 11, 2000, the Clinton Administration announced a proposed two-year, $1.3 billion aid program for Colombian counterdrug efforts. Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Colombia Drug Enforcement
New Argentine Government Rejects Spanish Extradition Requests On January 4, 2000, the de la Rua Administration in Argentina rejected a Spanish extradition request for 48 men accused of human rights crimes during the "dirty war" of the 1970s on the basis that... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Argentina Extradition
Doctors' Unanimous Finding Facilitates Imminent End of Pinochet Extradition on Humanitarian Grounds On January 11, 2000, four physicians who examined during the prior week Augusto Pinochet, the 84-year general, concluded his health is too frail to withstand the rigors of a criminal trial,... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Chile Extradition
U.S. Arrests Merchant on International Bank Fraud and Money Laundering Charges On December 22, 1999, agents of the Internal Revenue Service and Customs arrested Sarkis Soghanalian, a 70-year-old national of Lebanon, in Miami under a year-old indictment that was unsealed in Los... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 United States Money Laundering
U.S. Court Imposes Maximum Fine After Taiwan Firm Is Convicted of Economic Espionage On January 5, 2000, U.S. District Judge Peter C. Economus, in Youngstown, Ohio, imposed the maximum fine under the Economic Espionage Act (EEA) of $5 million after Four Pillars Enterprise Ltd., a... Bruce Zagaris 16 2 2000-02-01 Taiwan Economic Espionage