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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Treasury Official and Practitioner Discuss U.S. Efforts to Make Progress On Complying with International Standards of Beneficial Ownerships On September 15, 2010, Alan Sorcher, Deloitte, hosted a teleconference with Chip Poncy, Office of Strategic Policy and Financial Crimes, U.S. Department of Treasury and Betty Santangelo, Esq., a... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 United States Money Laundering, Corruption, International Cooperation, Financial Crimes, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision, FATF, Regulation
ICTY Reconsiders Motion for Contempt Against Tribunal’s Prosecution and Orders Investigation On June 29, 2010, Trial Chamber III of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia issued an order reconsidering its prior decision to stay a ruling on a 2007 motion for contempt by... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 Former Yugoslavia International Courts, Crimes, Prosecution
Whistleblower Provisions of Dodd-Frank will Impose More Pressure on Foreign Corrupt Payments Enacted on July 21, 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) contains two sections that will facilitate whistleblowing and impose more pressure on U.S.... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 United States Corruption, Law Enforcement, Financial Supervision, Securities Exchange Commission, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Whistle-blowing
Ocampo Preparing to Issue Sealed Warrants for Kenyan Cases As the International Criminal Court moves closer towards the issuance of arrest warrants for the post-election violence suspects in Kenya, it is likely that ICC Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 World, Africa, Sudan, Kenya United Nations, International Crimes, International Criminal Court, Arrest, Warrants, Prosecution, Violence
Bemba’s Counsel Call for More Funds to Be Able to Effectively Defend On August 30, 2010, counsel for former Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Jean-Pierre Bemba complained to the International Criminal Court that they are not able to conduct an effective defense... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 Congo Murder, International Courts, Asset Forfeiture, Rape, International Crimes, International Criminal Court, Fair Trial
U.S. Grand Jury Indicts Jamaican for Fraud in Investment Club Ponzi Scheme On August 24, 2010, a grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida returned an indictment on fraud and money laundering charges against David Smith, a Jamaican who is... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 United States, Dominican Republic, Panama, St. Kitts & Nevis, Grenada, Turks and Caicos, Jamaica Money Laundering, Fraud, Financial Crimes, Theft, Ponzi Scheme, Arrest, Indictment
SEC Brings Civil Fraud Charges Against Wyly Brothers On July 29, 2010, the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC or the Commission) filed civil charges against brothers Samuel E. Wyly and Charles J. Wyly Jr. The SEC alleges the Wyly brothers engaged... Glen Godrey 26 11 2010-11-01 United States Securities Law, Fraud, White Collar Crime, Financial Crimes, Securities Exchange Commission
ACLU Sues U.S. Government under FOIA About Proxy Detention of American in the U.A.E. On August 18, 2010, the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California (ACLU-SC) brought a lawsuit against a number of U.S. government law enforcement agencies for violation of the Freedom of... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 United States, United Arab Emirates National Security, Terrorism, Torture, Detention, Civil Rights Organizations, Prosecution, FOIA, ACLU
Karzai Dismissal of Graft Investigation Endangers Anti-Corruption Initiatives On July 25, 2010, Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai intervened to dismiss criminal investigations of Mohammed Zia Saleh, a member of Afghanistan’s National Security Council, for suspicions of graft... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 United States, Middle East, Afghanistan, NATO, Afghanistan Corruption, National Security, Fraud, Law Enforcement, NATO, Investigation, Arrest
EU Assesses Counter-Terrorism Policy On July 12, 2010, the European Commission issued a communication to the European Parliament and the Council concerning the EU Counter-Terrorism Policy: its main achievements and future challenges.... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 Europe, European Union Cybercrime, National Security, Terrorism, European Union, International Cooperation, Cross-Border Communication, Europol, European Commission
A New Level of Sophistication in Cybercrimes Cyberspace has provided a new environment for criminals seeking alternative breeding grounds for perpetrating fraud and other crimes. While cyberspace has only been around since the mid nineties,... Adriana Sanford 26 11 2010-11-01 World Cybercrime, Fraud, International Cooperation, Law Enforcement, Computer Crimes, Crimes, Internet Crime, Cross-Border Communication
Spain’s Cabinet Approves Extradition of Former Rwandan Army Chief and Former Envoy to India On September 17, 2010, Spain’s cabinet agreed to request the extradition of Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, the former Rwandan army chief, on genocide charges...(more)... by Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 Spain, Rwanda Extradition, Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, Conspiracy
France Denies Rwanda’s Extradition Request for Genocide Suspect On September 15, 2010, a French court in Versailles denied Rwanda’s request to extradite Rwandan physician Eugene Rwamucyo, who is suspected of participating in the 1994 genocide...(more)... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 France, Rwanda Extradition, Law of War, Genocide, International Courts, Crimes against Humanity, International Crimes
Bribery Investigations of Hewlett-Packard Spread On September 9, 2010, Hewlett-Packard (H-P) disclosed an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice has increased...(more)... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 Germany, Russia Money Laundering, Corruption, Bribery, Tax Crimes, Securities Exchange Commission, Prosecution
U.S. House of Representatives Unanimously Passes Bill To Debar Persons Convicted of FCPA Violations from Federal Contracts On September 15, 2010, the House of Representatives unanimously approved by a 409-0 vote a bill that would debar companies that violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) of 1977 from receiving... Bruce Zagaris 26 11 2010-11-01 World, United States, Iraq Corruption, Bribery, International Crimes, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Interpol Demonstrates Commitment to Combating Cybercrime with First Information Security Conference INTERPOL hosted its first Information Security Conference during September 15-17, 2010, in Hong Kong. The conference, entitled “Global Co-operation Today for InfoSec Risks Tomorrow,” was co-hosted... Cassandra Sheehan 26 11 2010-11-01 World Cybercrime, International Organizations, Terrorism, International Cooperation, Computer Crimes, INTERPOL, Europol