Articles

E.g., 2017-10
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
House Money Laundering Bill Reaches Critical Stage The House Banking, Finance & Urban Affairs Committee has announced that it will hold hearings examining the Bank Secrecy Act.  The hearings, which will be held at a yet to be determined time,... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Money Laundering
President Reagan Certifies Bolivia for Continued Assistance On December 24,1985, President Reagan issues Presidential Determination No.86-4, which requests the Secretary of State, George Shultz, to report to the Congress that Bolivia is certified pursuant to... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Bolivia Drugs & Trafficking
ILANUD Celebrates Its Tenth Anniversary The United Nations Latin American Institute for Crime Prevention and Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD) has started a new publication, called "ILANUD Boletin Informativo."  The Bulletin will provide... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Latin America and South America International Criminal and Comparative Law
Gucci-Garpeg Cases End with Guilty Plea to Tax Evasion On January 17, 1986, Aldo Gucci, former chairman of Gucci Shops, Inc., the world wide Gucci clothing and leather goods stores, pleaded guilty in Manhattan (New York City) in the U.S. District Court... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Tax Crimes
GAO Suggests Improvements in Tax Information Exchange Program In a report issued in December, 1985, to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the General Accounting Office has reviewed the federal/state tax information exchange program in order to assess how... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Tax Enforcement
Northeastern States Sign Exchange of Information Agreements On January 16, 1986, ten northeastern states and the District of Columbia signed an agreement to exchange tax information.  The agreement is significant since it is the first time a group of states... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Tax Enforcement
U.S. Sanctions Against Libya Have Criminal Consequences Sanctions imposed by President Reagan and the Department of Treasury prohibit virtually all transactions with Libya and have both civil and criminal penalties.  Legally, President Reagan set in... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Libya Counter-terrorism
Bills on Terrorist-Related Legislation Proposed A major legislative initiative is under way by the Reagan Administration to combat terrorism.  Provisions in S. 1429 to expand federal criminal jurisdiction to allow prosecution of any terrorist who... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Counter-terrorism
European Council Agrees to Amend Treaty of Rome The IELR will also examine the planned amendments to the Treaty of Rome which have been agreed on by the European Council, a European Communities body, at the Luxembourg Summit of December 2-3, 1985.  Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Europe Treaties
Bookreviews: Applebaum/Victor (ed.), United States Import Relief Laws, Current Developments in Law and Policy United States Import Relief Laws is written with the needs of the trade law practitioner in mind.  It was prepared by twelve experts from private practice and government who explain the substantive... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Illegal Importation
Cases: Von Dardel v. U.S.S.R. The celebrated case of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who is credited with saving tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Nazis in World War II, is making its way through U.S. federal... Constantine G. Papavizas 2 1 1986-01-01 Former Soviet Union Lawsuits