Articles

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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Degussa AG Fined $800,00 Despite Voluntary Disclosure On March 28, 1990, the United States Department of Commerce announced a settlement between German multinational Degussa AG and the Department of an investigation into Degussa's violation of U.S.... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 4 6 1990-04-01 United States Disclosure
Judicial Releases Antitrust Guidelines for Criminal Prosecution of International Operations On June 7, 1988, the U.S. Department of Justice released draft Antitrust Guidelines for International Operations, to replace a similar guide issued by the Department in 1977.  The reason for the... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Antitrust Cooperation
Federal Court Grants Extradition Request for Argentine General On April 27, 1988, the District Court of California granted the Extradition of respondent Carlos Guillermo Suarez Mason. Ricardo Martinez Tanoira and Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 Argentina Extradition
House of Representatives Passes Berne Adherence Bill On May 10, 1988, the House of Representatives unanimously passed H.R. 4262, the "Berne Convention Implementation Act of 1988."  This act brings the United States closer than ever to adherence to the... Jay Rosenthal 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Intellectual Property
Criminal Copyright Infringement Penalties Increasing Worldwide For years, the United States has been promoting worldwide reform of domestic copyright laws to increase penalties for copyright infringement and to ease administrative and judicial mechanisms for... Jay A. Rosenthal, Esq. 4 6 1988-06-01 World Copyright
Seminar Addresses Counterfeit, Piracy, Export Control Enforcement At a seminar in Washington, entitled "U.S. International Trade Laws: Changing the Rules of the Game", which the British-American Business Association, the French-American Chamber of Commerce, and the... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Piracy
Book Review: Coping With U.S. Export Controls by Evan R. Berlack, Cecil Hunt and Terence Roche Murphy (eds.) Criminal sanctions and penalties lurk in the wings for violators of the complex and technical provisions of the Export Administration Act ("Act") and the regulations thereunder.  Compliance with the... Albert I. Hawk 4 6 1988-06-01 World Export Enforcement
U.S. Agencies Try to Set Up Professionals In Alleged International Money Laundering Scheme The Daily Tax Reporter revealed in its June 6 issue that law enforcement officials are trying to set up professionals by posing as clients and offering to pay the professionals with illeally obtained... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Inter-American Drug Abuse Commission Progresses on Legal Development Project On May 24-27, 1988, the Inter-American Drug Abuse Committee (CICAD) held a Meeting of Experts on the Legal Development Project, at the headquarters of the United Nations Latin American Institute for... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 Latin America and South America Drug Enforcement
Omnibus Drug Bill II: On a Fast Track The drug issue has turned into a potent election-year topic on Capital Hill, with House Democrats and Republicans drating separate anti-drug bills.  The House Democratic version of the bill has the... Teresita Ferrera 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Drug Enforcement
U.S. Attempts Disguised Extradition for Alleged Irish Terrorist On June 14, 1988, Attorney General Edwin Meese ordered Joseph Patrick Thomas Doherty, a well known Irish Republic Army fugitive, deported to Britain after several unsuccessful attempts by the United... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Extradition
ABA Section of International Law Approves Resolution on Terrorism On April 24, 1988, the Council of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law and Practice adopted a final resolution and report on terrorism.  Professor John Murphy, Professor of... Jay Rosenthal 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Counter-terrorism
Trinidad Prime Minister Calls for More Formal Cooperation in International Criminal Matters In a speech delivered on June 2, 1988, at the United Nations, A.N.R. Robinson, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, advocated that the United Nations commence the discussion of the criminal... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 Trinidad and Tobago Adjective Enforcement
Second MLAT Hearings Spark Debate on Policy Issues On June 14, 1988, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held additional hearings on several policy issues.  The focus of the hearings concerned the right of criminal defendants to use the Mutual... Teresita Ferrera 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
Toronto Summit Calls for Enforcement Initiatives on Drugs and Terrorism On June 20, 1988, the leaders of the seven leading industrialized democracies pledged to establish a ministerial-level task force and to take more action against countries that facilitate hijacking... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 Canada Drug Enforcement
Office of Special Investigations Gives Nazi Watch List to INS The U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Special Investigations (OSI) has transmitted to the Immigration and Naturalization Service and the Department of State a list of some 2,000 former members... Bruce Zagaris 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Holocaust
Seventh Circuit Upholds Nazi Conviction of Crime Against Humanity In Kulle v. Immigration & Naturalization Service, No. 86-1277 (7th Cir. Aug. 5, 1987), the court upheld the deportation of Kulle under section 241 of the Immigration and Nationality Act.   Teresita Ferrera 4 6 1988-06-01 United States Holocaust