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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
American Bar Association Sections Support Access by Defendants to MLATs The Councils of two Sections of the American Bar Association have adopted resolutions supporting the right of defendants to have access to the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATs).   Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Mutual Legal Assistance
Greek Supreme Court Affirms Rashid's Extradition to the U.S. On May 12, 1989, the Greek Supreme Court (Areios Pagos) upheld the decision of the lower appeals court to grant a U.S. request for the extradition of Palestinian Mohamad Rashid, who is wanted in the... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 Greece Extradition
African Countries And U.S. Interior Department Increase Enforcement Against and May Criminalize Ivory Trading Three convergent developments are increasing pressure against and beginning even to criminalize international ivory trading.  On May 11, 1989, the Kenya Government called for a worldwide ban for... Regine Nowack and Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 Africa Environment
Lone Opposition and Threatened Boycott of U.S. to Cuba's Hosting of U.N. Crime Conference Raises Questions of U.S. Commitment to International Criminal Cooperation On May 13, 1989, the United States Government, along with Oman, were the only countries voting to oppose a resolution accepting Cuba’s invitation to hold the Eighth United Nations Congress on the... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States International Cooperation
Justice Office of Special Investigations Institutes Citizenship Revocation Proceeding On March 30, 1988, the Office of Special Investigations (OSI) of the Dept. of Justice announced that citizenship revocation proceedings have been instituted against Anton Baumann, a 77 year old U.S.... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Human Rights
British Government Files Brief Protesting U.S. Court's Extraterritorial Action Against A Hong Kong Bank On April 18, 1989, in the Second Circuit case of Securities and Exchange Commission v. Stephen Sui-Kuan Wang et al, the British Government has filed an amicus brief, protesting the District Court’s... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 Hong Kong Banking Supervision
Interpol Adopts Resolutions on Exchanging Currency Flow Intelligence During the last six months Interpol has achieved successes in cooperation on the gathering and sharing of international currency flows.  Interpol has adopted three closely related resolutions,... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 World INTERPOL
Book Review: The New Trade Law by Applebaum/Schlitt (eds.) Seventeen experts, including some eminent trade lawyers, discuss in this PLI course handbook the implications of the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 for import and export controls and... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Trade Enforcement
Senate Caucus on International Narcotic Control Holds Hearings on U.S. International Drug Policy On April 19, 1989, the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control held the first of a series of hearings to review the U.S. government's international drug policy.  Three panels testified... Ange-Francois Fantauzzi 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. Court Holds Financial Privacy Law Does Not Apply to Foreign Requests On November 28, 1988, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in the case of Young v United States Department of Justice, held that the Right to Financial Privacy Act does not... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Resolution Disapproving Narcotics Cooperation Certification of the Bahamas Fails On May 10, 1989, the Senate rejected by a vote of 57 to 40 Senate Joint Resolution 100 disapproving the certification by the President under the Foreign Assistance Act with respect to the Bahamas... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 Bahamas Drugs & Trafficking
Kerry Introduces Bill with Stiff Sanctions for Insufficient Cooperation Against International Narcotics Trafficking On May 4, 1989, Senator Kerry (D-MA) introduced the International Narcotics and Terrorism Control Act 0f 1989 to provide additional measures for the control of international drug trafficking.  This... Ange François Fantanazzi 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
IRS International Examination Program Sparks Controversy The move by the Internal Revenue Service to involve attorneys specialized in international tax at the examination level has generated much interest, discussion, and controversy. Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Taxation
U.S. Signs Convention on Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters On June 28, 1989, the United States Government signed the Council of Europe/Organization of Economic and Development Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters.  Since it appears... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Taxation
IRS Wins Tax Court Cases Resulting From International Money Laundering Investigations On April 27, 1989, the United States Tax Court in a memorandum decision, ruled in favor of the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) on most issues in a case involving multiple parties and arising out of... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Money Laundering
Opposing Views on Response of International Organizations to International Terrorism On June 20, the D.C. Bar Committee on Public International Law held a program on "The Response of International Organizations to International Terrorism." Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 World Terrorism
Fisher States that U.S. Expected to Sign Council of Europe/OECD Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters On May 23, 1989, speaking at a program of the “Foreign Investment in the United States” seminar in New York City, Anne Fisher, Office of International Tax Counsel, U.S. Department of the Treasury,... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Taxation
Congress Holds Hearing on the Status of the Review of the FBI's International Terrorism Program by the GAO On June 22, 1989, the House Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, Committee on the Judiciary, held a hearing on the status of the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) review of the FBI's... Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 United States Counter-terrorism
House of Lords Clears Way for Use of Letters Rogatory and Hague Evidence Convention in Tax Cases The highest court of the United Kingdom, the House of Lords, recently handed down its decision in In re State of Norway (No. 1), et al., slip op. (H.L. Feb. 16, 1989) (consolidated appeals and cross... James P. Springer 5 5 1989-05-01 United Kingdom Taxation
First Balkan Conference Held on Measures to Combat Terrorism, Arms and Narcotics Smuggling During the first week of June, the first inter-Balkan conference was held in Belgrade, Yugoslavia on measures to combat terrorism and arms and narcotics smuggling.   Bruce Zagaris 5 5 1989-05-01 Balkans Adjective Enforcement

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