Articles

E.g., 2017-12
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Swiss Extradition of Narcotics Funds Courier As reported by the authoritative Swiss Neue Zürcher Zeitung, the First Public Law Divison of the Swiss Supreme Court in Lausanne granted a U.S. extradition request for a Colombian citizen who is... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 6 1986-06-01 Switzerland Extradition
Book Reviews: Digest of International Crime Instruments International Crimes: Digest/Indexof International Instruments 1815-1985 is written by M. Cherif Bassiouni.  This effort is truly pioneering.  It is the first compilation of international criminal... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 International Criminal and Comparative Law
Book Reviews: Bank Secrecy and Disclosure Bankgeheimnis und Bankauskunft is designed to provide answers to all issues arising in the context of bank secrecy laws in Germany.  The authors-legal scholars and practitioners-succeed in giving the... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 6 1986-06-01 Germany Bank Secrecy
GAO Calls for More Cooperation in Enforcing the Bank Secrecy Act The Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and the Committee on Governmental Affairs held a hearing on June 12, 1986 regarding the implementation of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA).  William Anderson,... David Simonetti 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Interpol Target of Terrorism INTERPOL again became a victim of terrorism in mid-May 1986 when a bomb damaged INTERPOL headquarters in St. Cloud near Paris. Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 World INTERPOL
Libyan Sanctions: Congress Gets Into the Act The House recently passed a bill, H.R. 4847, requiring United States oil companies still operating in Libya to cease their participation in the production, marketing, or distribution activities with... Jay Rosenthal 2 6 1986-06-01 Libya Sanctions
Amendments to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Progress On June 10, 1986, the United States Senate held a hearing regarding amendments S. 430 to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (hereinafter "FCPA").  S.430, the Business Accounting and Foreign... David Simonetti 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Corruption
Enforcement Issues to Be Addressed in New Gray Market Policy The U.S. Customs Service is soliciting comments on policy options regarding the treatment of gray market and parallel importations.  Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Illegal Importation
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves U.K. Protocol On June 12, 1986, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by a 15 to 2 vote approved a Protocol to the United States-United Kingdom Extradition Treaty.  The hotly disputed Protocl amends and narrows... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
U.S. and Philippines Cooperate in Marcos' Investigation On June 11, 1986, the U.S. and the Philippines signed an agreement to provide "mutual legal assistance" in their investigations of U.S. corporations' business dealings with former Phillippine... David Simonetti 2 6 1986-06-01 Philippines Mutual Legal Assistance
House Examines Panama Drug Connection as MLAT Talks Resume On June 19, 1986, The Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control held hearings regarding allegations about Panama's General Manuel Antonio Noriega's involvement in international narcotics... David Simonetti and Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 Panama Drug Enforcement
Enforcement Developments The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) has given immigration attorneys identification numbers and have required that counsel for aliens put their G-28 identification number on all I-130s of... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Immigration
INS To Continue Use of Tax Information for Enforcement The Report of a meeting between the Visa Office Representatives of the Department of State and the Visa Office Liaison Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has elucidated... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Immigration
US Government Suffers Set Back in Computer Crime Case In U.S. District Court in Portland, Maine, Judge Gene Carter ruled that U.S. Attorney Pasquale Perrino, Jr. had failed to show that Mr. Kenneth Wu Hahn, 47, of Cocoa Beach, Florida was involved in... Peter Brown 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Computer Crimes
United Kingdom Tackles Copyright Piracy Issues Faced with unprecedented losses in the world market due to copyright counterfeiting and international piracy, the United Kingdom is preparing to take steps to prevent further losses and to protect... Jay Rosenthal 2 6 1986-06-01 United Kingdom Copyright