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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort descending Geography Subject Areas
Proposed Amendment to Bank Secrecy Disclosure The Treasury Department has published proposed regulations in the June 9, 1987 issue of the Federal Register, to clarify disclosure of information rules under the Bank Secrecy Act. Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Inter-American Institute of Human Rights Holds Conferences on Enforcement Law The Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIDH) recently held conferences on two emerging and rapidly developing areas of international enforcement law: protecting persons in extraordinary... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Latin America and South America Law Enforcement
House Efforts to Fight Money Laundering Practices Continue On June 9, 1986, the Subcmmottee on Financial Institutions Supervision, Regulation and Insurance of the House Banking Committee continued its Oversight Hearings on the Money Laundering Control Act of... Teri Simmons 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Money Laundering
Soviet Prosecutors Reject Linnas Request for New Trial It has been reported by Reuters news service that Karl Kimmel, the public prosecutor in the Republic of Estonia of the U.S.S.R. stated on June 8, 1987, that he sees no grounds for holding a new trial... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Former Soviet Union Trial
Belize Hosts Regional Narcotics Conference During the last week of March and beginning of April, the Belize Government hosted their first one week Caribbean Conference on Drug Demand Reduction, which was attended by delegates from twenty-six... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Belize Drug Enforcement
E.C. Search and Seizure Powers Questioned in Hoechst AG Case The IELR recently reported about new developments in the enforcement action invovling an antitrust investigation by the Commission of the European Communities against several European plastics... Alfred May 3 6 1987-06-01 Europe Investigation
Burns Outlines Recent US International Drug Initiatives In testimony delivered on June 8, 1987, Arnold I. Burns, Deputy Attorney General, outlined international drug control initiatives of the U.S. to the Caucus on International Narcotics Control, U.S.... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Drug Enforcement
Book Review: Corporate Crime Law Enforcement in America by Leonard Orland and Harold R. Tyler, Jr. The two volume, 2129 pages sourcebook New Development and Perspectives on Crime Law Enforcement in America provides a comprehensive overview and draws together in a useful handbook format current... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 3 6 1987-06-01 United States White Collar Crime
UN Conference on Drug Abuse & Illicit Trafficking Held in Vienna During June 17-26, 1987, the International Conference on Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (hereinafter the "Vienna Conference") convened in Vienna under the auspices of the United Nations. Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Austria Drug Enforcement
CIAT Holds Conference on Automating to Increase Revenue On June 2-6, 1986, the Inter-America Center for Tax Administrations (CIAT) held a technical conference in Atlanta, Georgia on "Application of Automation for the Increase of Revenue in the Modern Tax... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Latin America and South America Trade Enforcement
IMF Fiscal Affairs Links Tax Administration and Enforcement In a paper dated June 11, 1987, Charles Y. Mansfield, Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund, linked ending tax evasion with proper tax administration.  Mr. Mansfield delivered a... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 World Tax Enforcement
Certification of Exchange of Information Eligibility Updated In the June 11, 1987 issue of the Federal Register, the Department of Treasury gave notice of certification of exchange of information programs of those U.S. treaty partners that are eligible for the... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Information Exchange
OECD Releasees International Tax Avoidance and Evasion Study The Organization for Economic Cooperation and development (OECD) has published a study entitled International Tax Avoidance and Evasion.  The Council of the OECD in its Recommendation on Tax... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Tax Enforcement
Prosecutorial Abuse In International Tax Cases On June 19, 20, and 23, 1986, the Subcommittee on Oversight of the Internal Revenue Service of the Senate Committee on Finance held hearings on Oversight of IRS and Justice Department Prosecution of... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 World Tax Enforcement
ABA Draft Resolution On Terrorism A draft resolution on the definition of terrorism has been circulated for comment to various American Bar Association committees by the United Nations Activities Committee (hereinafter "U.N.... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 United States Counter-terrorism
Proposal to Address Insider Trading in the European Community On May 21, 1987 the Council of the European Communities adopted a proposal for a Council Directive coordinating the regulations on insider trading.  The proposal is designed to create a uniform basis... Alfred May and Clemens Kochinke 3 6 1987-06-01 Europe Trade Crimes
U.N. Congress Urges Increased Cooperation in Crime Prevention In prior issues of the IELR, programs of technical cooperation in criminal justice have been discussed.  A trend which will provide an important impetus to propel the emerging regionalization of... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 World Crimes
W. Germany Decides to Prosecute Rather than Extradite Hamadei On June 20, 1987, the Federal Republic of Germany, in agreement with the Government of Land Hesse, announced that in lieu of extraditing Mohamed Ali Hamadei, it will prosecute him for aircraft... Bruce Zagaris 3 6 1987-06-01 Germany Prosecution
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Encourages The Use of a "Special Call" To Obtain Confidential Information From a Swiss Bank Foreign market participants that use United States financial markets are subject to several mechanisms that require them to provide information to agencies of the United States Government.  Most... Albert I. Hawk 3 6 1987-06-01 Switzerland Information Exchange
Diplomatic Immunity Issues Cause Tensions between the U.K. and Iran Diplomatic tension soared during June within the spehere of UK-Iran relations over the classic public international law issue of the applicability of immunity for diplomats.  Problems began in early... Teri Simmons 3 6 1987-06-01 Iran Immunity