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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
The ICC Review Conference and the Changing US Policy Towards the Court On March 27, 2010, Professor Leila Sadat, Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, opened as moderator. She explained that as the ICC has emerged, many of the big powers opposed it. It will... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 United States, Rwanda, Congo, Former Yugoslavia Administration of Justice, Jurisdiction, United Nations, War Crimes, International Courts, International Cooperation, International Crimes
US-Mexico Hold High-Level Meeting on Merida Initiative and Improving Cooperation against Transnational Organized Crime On March 29, 2010, the U.S. and Mexican heads of External Affairs (U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa) issued a joint statement at the conclusion... IELR Premium, Volume 26, Issue 6, June 2010 26 6 2010-06-01 Canada, Mexico, North America, United States Arms Trafficking, Crimes, Drug Enforcement, Drugs & Trafficking, Financial Crimes, International Cooperation, Money Laundering, Organized Crime, Smuggle
Daimler Settles U.S. Foreign Bribery Charges On April 1, 2010, Daimler AG, a German corporation, and three of its subsidiaries resolved charges related to a Foreign Corrupt Practice Act investigation into the company’s worldwide prices...more... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 United States, Germany Corruption, Bribery, Financial Crimes, Financial Supervision, Conspiracy
European Data Protection Supervisor Makes Suggestions to Foster ACTA’s Compatibility with Data Protection and Privacy Requirements The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has expressed concern that he was not consulted by the European Commission on the current negotiations regarding the adoption of an agreement, called... Cassandra Sheehan 26 6 2010-06-01 Europe Cybercrime, Counterfeiting, Intellectual Property, Trade Enforcement, Privacy, Piracy, Trade Crimes
Jamaican Prime Minister Will Allow Court to Decide U.S. Extradition Request On March 31, 2010, Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding revealed on a call-in radio program that he has changed his position on the U.S. extradition request for Jamaican Christopher “Dudus” Coke and... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 United States, Jamaica Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking, Organized Crime, Privacy, Drug Enforcement, Evidence Gathering, Crimes
Antiguan Magistrate Delays Extradition of King in Stanford Case On March 25, 2010, Chief Magistrate Ivan Walters announced during an extradition hearing that he required another month to decide whether enough evidence exists to allow the extradition of former... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 Antigua and Barbuda Money Laundering, Extradition, Fraud, Financial Crimes, Evidence Gathering, Economic Crimes, Conspiracy
Shanghai Court Sentences Rio Tinto Executives and Rio Fires Staff On March 29, 2010, a Shanghai court sentenced four executives from the Australian mining multinational corporation Rio Tinto to between seven and fourteen years in prison on bribery and corporate... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 China, Australia Corruption, Administration of Justice, International Courts, White Collar Crime, Bribery, Financial Crimes, Crimes, Economic Crimes, Financial Supervision, Conspiracy
UK Law Enforcement Arrests ALSTOM Directors and Conducts Searches of Nine Properties On March 24, 2010, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in the United Kingdom (UK) announced it had arrested three members of the board of ALSTOM in the UK on suspicion of bribery and corruption,... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 United Kingdom, OECD Money Laundering, Corruption, United Nations, White Collar Crime, Bribery, Financial Crimes, Conspiracy
ICC Grants Prosecutor’s Request to Investigate Kenyan Crimes Against Humanity On March 31, 2010, the International Criminal Court (ICC) Pre-Chamber II, by majority, granted the ICC chief prosecutor Louis Moreno-Ocampo’s request to start an investigation on crimes against... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 World, Kenya Administration of Justice, Murder, International Courts, Sex Crimes, Evidence Gathering, Deportation, Crimes against Humanity, Rape, International Crimes
UK Court Finds British Lawyer Extraditable to U.S. on Corruption Charges On March 25, 2010, District Judge Caroline Tubbs, sitting at City of Westminister Magistrates’ Court, found a British solicitor accused of paying $132 million in bribes to Nigerian government... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 Nigeria, United Kingdom Corruption, Extradition, Bribery, Conspiracy
Multilateral Development Banks Agree on Cross Debarment On April 9, 2010, the five leading multilateral development banks (MDBs) signed an agreement agreeing to cross debar firms and individuals found to have engaged in corruption and related wrongdoing... Bruce Zagaris 26 6 2010-06-01 World Economic Sanctions, Sanctions, International Convention, Financial Supervision, Banking Supervision