Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Constitutionality of Prohibiting PLO Facilities in the U.S. The proposed "Anti-Terrorism Act of 1987", S.1203, is not violative of constitutional standards, and therefore is legally permissible in its content and purpose.  There is no comparable statute... Dr. Robert A. Freidlander 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Counter-terrorism
Administration Criticized on Its Implementation Of Sanctions Against South Africa A report by the General Accounting Office (GAO) reviews the status of implementation by the Reagan Administration of the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986. Daniel Cohen 3 11 1987-11-01 South Africa Human Rights
International Criminal Defense Seminar Held in London An International Criminal Defense Seminar was held in London, England at the Imperial College of Science and Technology on July 20-21, 1987. Robert L. Pisani 3 11 1987-11-01 United Kingdom Adjective Assistance, Research, Teaching
U.S. v. Mann: 9th Circuit Upholds Use of Cayman Bank Records in Tax Case In United States v. Mann, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld the conviction of defendants on tax charges arising from narcotics offenses.  In doing so, the Court made two holdings... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Tax Havens
Justice Department Dismisses Criminal Charges Against International Radio Pirates On August 27, 1987, Andrew Maloney, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and Richard Smith, Chief of Field Operations, Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission,... Jay A. Rosenthal, Esq. 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Piracy
Congress Proposes Amendments to The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 Proposed amendments to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 are making their way through Congress.  Although controversy still surrounds some of the proposals, it seems certain that some of the... Daniel Cohen 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Corruption
Proposed Bank Secrecy Regulations Expand Reporting and Contract Notice to Customers A proposed regulation to the Bank Secrecy Act broadens the powers of law enforcement officials.  If adopted the proposed rule authorizes the Treasury to require the reporting of completed as well as... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Book Reviews: Export Control News by Matin J. Kalin This monthly newsletter is reviewed here because of its usefulness for lawyers advising companies trading in export controlled goods and data.  Clemens J.M. Kochinke 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Trade Enforcement
Committee Print Reviews Latin American Narcotics Control Issues A print of "Review of Latin American Narcotics Control Issues," a hearing before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, March 18, 1987, has been published.  It focuses on the... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 Latin America and South America Drug Enforcement
Committee Print Outlines Role of Intelligence in International Narcotics Control A print of the hearing on May 7, 1987, entitled "The Role of Intelligence in International Narcotics Control" discusses several issues relevant to international criminal law and related enforcement... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Drug Enforcement
ABA Section of International Law's Committee on International Taxation Initiates Subcommittee on Tax and Migration Clemens J.M. Kochinke, Berliner & Maloney, Washington, D.C., has accepted an appointment of chairperson, Subcommittee on Tax and Migration. Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Taxation
Justice's Role in Tax Treaties and Tax Enforcement James Springer, Senior Counsel for International Tax Matters, U.S. Department of Justice, discussed developments in the Tax Division, Department of Justice, which recently formalized his position, in... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Tax Enforcement
ICC Policy Suggests Cooperation to Prevent Conflicts in the Extraterritorial Application of National Laws The International Chamber of Commerce in a policy document, entitled The Extraterritorial Application of National Laws, edited by Dieter Lange and Gary Born, has called attention to the adverse... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 World Adjective Enforcement
French Arrest of Basques Underscores New Cooperation On October 9 and 10, in Bayonne, Biarritz, and St. Jean-de-Luz, and other towns and villages in southwestern France, approximately 2,000 French police arrested close to 150 persons accused of crimes... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 France Adjective Enforcement
Burns Speech to Intl Assoc. of Chiefs of Police Outlines Expanded Federal-State and International Cooperation On October 26, 1987, Arnold I. Burns, Deputy Attorney General of the United States in a speech before the International Association of Chiefs of Police, outlined expanded cooperation between federal... Bruce Zagaris 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
Swiss-U.S. Agreement Opens New Avenues for SEC Investigations On November 10, 1987, the U.S. and Switzerland exchanged notes that significantly stabilize mutual cooperation in securities investigations in both countries.  The focus of the new provisions is the... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 3 11 1987-11-01 Switzerland Adjective Enforcement
State Department Attempts to Close the Palestine Information Office The State Department, implementing a September order, has closed the Washington D.C. operation of the Palestine Information Office (PIO).  State accomplished this closing in two steps. Daniel Cohen 3 11 1987-11-01 United States Counter-terrorism