Articles

E.g., 2017-10
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Tax Reform Act Strengthens International Enforcement Several provisions in the Tax Reform Act of 1986 strenghten the enforcement efforts in international areas, particularly tax evasion and the battle against terrorists. Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 World Tax Enforcement
Italian Investigation into International Terrorism Italian officials have recently become quite active in the investigation and prosecution of international terrorists.  Upon the completion of the successful prosecution in Italy of 14 persons... David Simonetti and Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 Italy Counter-terrorism
International Task Force Recommends Steps to Prevent Nuclear Terrorism The International Task Force on Prevention of Nuclear Terrorism has issued its findings, choosing to make public a chilling document which has evolved because "the question of nuclear terrorism... Peter Brown 2 8 1986-08-01 World Counter-terrorism
United Kingdom to Allow Video Evidence from Abroad for Use in Criminal Cases In an effort to speed up trials for offenses involving major frauds, the United Kingdom Government intends to introduce legislation granting courts the power to obtain evidence abroad for use in... Kersi B Shroff 2 8 1986-08-01 United Kingdom Adjective Enforcement
South African Sanctions- Progress for Enforcement Mechanisms? The Apartheid system in South Africa has raised much controversy amongst the international community.  However, through international cooperation, few legal actions have been enacted that would... David Simonetti and Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 South Africa Sanctions
Swiss Court Rules No Extradition in DeMiamis Case The First Public Law Division of the Swiss Supreme Court decided on March 12, 1986 that the Swiss Government should not request extradition in de minimis cases. Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Extradition
Justice Agrees to Safeguard Attorney-Client Privilege in Investigations In response to requests from the American Immigration Lawyers Association to desist from violating the attorney-client privilege in its labor investigations of potential fraud, the Department of... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Law Enforcement
"Safe Haven" Salvadoran Bill Advances in Congress On July 29, 1986, the House Judiciary Committee marked-up and approved, by a 19-16 vote, H.R. 822, the bill that would provide temporary stay of detention and deportation for certain Salvadoran... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 El Salvador Immigration
Saudi Prince Settles in Falcon Smuggling Case On August 7, 1986, the Department of Justice announced that Assistant Attorney General Henry Habicht has concluded an investigation into another instance of illegal trafficking of North American... David Simonetti and Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 Saudi Arabia Smuggle
Panama and U.S. Dispute over Cooperation In the wake of the collapse of discussions between the U.S. and Panamanian Governments over mutual assistance in criminal matters, the Drug Enforcement Agency has accused Panama of refusing to... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 Panama Bank Secrecy
Money Laundering Bill Moves Forward On July 29, 1986, the House Judiciary Committee approved H.R. 5217, which will penalize persons who disguise the origin of money obtained illegally from such activities as drug dealing, prostitution... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Money Laundering
ABA Holds Program on Money Laundering On August 11, 1986, the Criminal Justice Section (CJS) of the American Bar Association co-sponsored with the Banking and Business Law Section a program entitled "Money Laundering Crimes: New... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Money Laundering
German Money Laundering Brings Swiss Account Disclosure In August, discussions were concluded between German and Swiss prosecutors about bank information disclosure regarding an account of the Israeli Fritz-Naphta-Foundation at the International... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 8 1986-08-01 Germany Money Laundering
Congress Reacts to Narcotics Abuse Narcotics abuse continues to be a major issue with Congress and the executive branch.  Both the House and the Senate have held hearings in order to debate legislation dealing with illegal narcotics... David Simonetti 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
CARICOM Heads Take Stand on Drug Cooperation At the 12th meeting of the Caricom Foreign Ministers in Belize City, in June, 1986, grave concern was expressed by the Ministers concerning drug trafficking. Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 Caribbean Drug Enforcement
International Chamber of Commerce Tears Up Draft Tax Convention The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), headquartered in Paris, joined several nations in sharply criticizing the officially still secret joint Council of Europe/OECD convention on judicial... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 8 1986-08-01 World Taxation
Money Laundering Bills Receive Continued Congressional Attention Money laundering received renewed attention by the influential Subcommittee on Financial Institutions Supervision, Regulation and Insurance of the House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban... Constantine G. Papavizas 2 8 1986-05-01 United States Money Laundering
IRS Introduces New Cash Reporting Forms On April 28, 1986, the Internal Revenue Service announced that it will issue new tax forms after May 1 to be used by financial institutions filing currency transaction reports (CTR).  Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-05-01 United States Financial Supervision
Colombian Government Seeks to Improve Its Image The Government of Colombia is attempting to improve its image in the United States.  Ambassador Humberto Serna, the Colombian Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States for Education and Culture,... Constantine G. Papavizas 2 8 1986-05-01 Colombia Drug Enforcement
Drug Enforcement Efforts in Southwest Asia A hearing was held on May 13, 1986 before the Task Force on International Narcotics Control of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs on the status of illicit narcotics production and control efforts... Doris Weidinger 2 8 1986-05-01 Asia Drug Enforcement