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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
United States and Guam Sign Tax Implementation Agreement On April 3, the United States and Guam concluded a tax implementation agreement to exchange tax information and provide mutual assistance in tax matters.  When it becomes effective, the agreement... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Tax Enforcement
House Holds Hearings on International Securities Enforcement Cooperation Act of 1989 On March 21, 1989, the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance, Committee on Energy and Commerce, held hearings on the H.R. 1396, the "International Securities Enforcement Cooperation... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Securities Trade Enforcement
U.S. Court Upholds British Letters Rogatory Procedure in Ward Case On March 17, 1989, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in a unanimous opinion affirmed the district court's judgment in its principal part that letters rogatory procedure for the... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
European Community Agrees to Establish a Permanent Secretariat of the Trevi Group-A First Step Towards a Supra National European Police Force As a result of a meeting in Seville on March 9-10, the European Community Ministers of Interior agreed to establish a Permanent Secretariat of the Trevi Group which is informally comprised of EC... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Europe Law Enforcement
Senate Foreign Relations Holds Hearing on Pending MLATs On April 18, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held a hearing on the six pending Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties with the Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, the Cayman Islands, Mexico, and Thailand... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Mutual Legal Assistance
Greek U.S. Extradition Relations Assume Unprecedented Importance Two cases have raised extradition relations between Greece and the U.S. to unprecedented levels.  For the U.S., the Mohammad Rashid request has for many reasons constiuted a high level goal because... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Greece Extradition
Trinidad Prime Minister Reiterates Call for the Creation of a Regional or Universal Court for International Crimes On April 14, 1989, at a program in Congress on "U.S.-Caribbean Policy in the 101st Congress" sponsored by Transafrica Forum and Congressional Foreign Affairs Advisors and the Congressional Friends of... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Trinidad & Tobago International Criminal Court
Speakers at PLI Export Control Seminar Reveal New Policies The Practicing Law Institute (PLI) conducted its annual export control seminar in Washington, D.C. on April 3 and 4, 1989.  The seminar was well attended with 83 practitioners from the United States... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Export Enforcement
Book Review: Computer Software- Protection/Liability/Law/Forms American software law influences foreign law and the control of software under the Export Administration Act and has a significant impact on U.S. and foreign computer software developers, exporters... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Computer Crimes
Swiss Government Will Enact New Money Laundering Regulations In a report released on April 11, the Swiss Federal Banking Commission stated that it will tighten regulations against money laundering, particularly Swiss international banknote trading business.   Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Switzerland Money Laundering
Luxembourg Strengthens and Formalizes Bank Secrecy At a time when most governments are enacting laws to erode banking and business confidentiality, Luxembourg moved on March 24 to formalize its long-standing administrative regulations that forbid its... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Luxembourg Bank Secrecy
U.S. Brings Major Money Laundering Cases Through Operation Polar Cap On April 29, Attorney General Thornburgh announced criminal indictments in the U.S. District Court in Atlanta against major alleged drug kingpins and two branches of a Colombia bank.  The indictments... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Money Laundering
U.N. Drug Convention Obligates Contracting Parties to Undertake Wide-Ranging International Criminal Cooperation As was explained in the last issue of the IELR, the signing of the U.N. drug convention opens broad new horizons in international cooperation.  Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 World Drugs & Trafficking
University of Denver College of Law Holds Conference on International Narcotics Trafficking On April 1,1989, the International Legal Studies Program, University of Denver College of Law, in cooperation with the Colorado Council of International Organizations and the American Society of... Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
U.S.-Australia on Spontaneous Exchange of Information on Double Taxation On March 24, 1989, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced a working arrangement with the Australian Government for spontaneous exchange of information on double taxation cases. Bruce Zagaris 5 4 1989-04-01 Australia Taxation