Articles

E.g., 2017-12
Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
UK Issues Anti-Money Laundering Guidelines On December 10, 1990, the United Kingdom Government took another step to combat money laundering by issuing a set of guidelines to assist and compel banks in detecting and stopping money laundering,... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 United Kingdom Money Laundering
New Swiss Trademark Law With Enforcement Components Switzerland is currently updating its trademark law.  The objective of the revision is to infuse international enforcement aspects into the trademark and criminal statutes. Clemens Kochinke 6 12 1990-12-01 Switzerland Trade Enforcement
IOSO Studies Problems Encountered in Negotiating and Implementing Memoranda of Understanding Securities regulators from around the world met at the 15th annual meeting of the IOSCO on November 11-15 in Santiago, Chile. Lisa L. Davis 6 12 1990-12-01 World Trade Enforcement
ABA Money Laundering Enforcement Update On September 24-25, 1990, the American Bankers Association and American Bar Association Section of Criminal Justice sponsored a "Money Laundering Enforcement Update: Legislative, Regulatory,... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Money Laundering
International Enforcement Developments in U.S. Commodities Trading Two significant developments have occurred in the international enforcement of commodities trading in the US. Lisa L. Davis 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Trade Enforcement
EC Finance Ministers Reach Agreement on a Money Laundering Directive On December 17, the European Community Finance Ministers agreed on a "common position" on a framework directive on money laundering. Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Europe Money Laundering
International Enforcement Developments in U.S. Commodities Trading Two significant developments have occurred in the international enforcement of commodities trading in the US. Lisa L. Davis 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Trade Enforcement
PLI Computer Law Seminar Addresses International Computer Crime On October 25 through 27, 1990, the non-profit legal educational and publishing organization, Practicing Law Institute of New York City, held its 12th Annual Computer Law Institute. Clemens Kochinke 6 12 1990-12-01 World Computer Crimes
6th Circuit Precludes Relief by Private Parties under Foreign Corrupt Practices Act On September 28, 1990, in Lamb v. Phillip Morris Inc., a case of first impression at the federal appellate level, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that businesses... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
ABA National Institute Considers International and Foreign Law Aspects of Asset Forfeiture On December 3-4, the American Bar Association held a National Institute on asset forfeiture.  Several speakers and materials dealt with the international and foreign law aspects of this topic. Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Asset Forfeiture
"Cutbacks in U.S. Counternarcotics Efforts Due to Desert Shield and Changing Priorities" The counternarcotics effort is no loner the Defense Department's main priority pursuant to the buildup in the Persian Gulf. Beverly Bertin 6 12 1990-12-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
U.S. Provides Enforcement Training to Malta Anti-Narcotics Forces In early October, 1990, Maltese officials extended a third invitation to officers of the U.S. Coast Guard to support Malta's fight against drugs. Bettina Rost-Hebell and Melissa Weinreber 6 12 1990-12-01 Malta Drug Enforcement
Colombian Presidential Decree Bars Extradition and Provides New Regime for Drug Traffickers A Presidential decree has guaranteed to extraditables that they will not be extradited if they surrender and accept certain offers. Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Colombia Extradition
U.S.-Mexico Border Issues Flare Up On November 26-27, during the visit by President Bush to Mexico, one of the matters specifically on the agenda was the rising border violence and the need for both governments to work on diminishing... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Mexico Adjective Enforcement
Canada Deliberates an Extradition Revision Act On November 23, 1990, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada released the response of the Government of Canada to the third report of the Standing Committee on Justice and Solicitor... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Canada Extradition
37 Members of Congress Urge Bush to Include Enforcement in Mexico FTA Negotiations In a December 14 letter signed by thirty-five of their colleagues, Reps. Don Pease (D-Ohio) and Terry Bruce (D-Ill) urged President Bush to include in the free trade negotiations with Mexico the need... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Mexico Adjective Enforcement
Arena Discloses Conclusion of US-Argentine MLAT On December 6, 1990, Drew Arena, Director of the Office of International Affairs, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice reviewed developments in international criminal law for the U.S. and... Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Argentina Adjective Enforcement
Interpol Broadens Its Base in Eastern Europe At the 59th General Assembly meeting of Interpol, the membership applications for reentry into the organization were accepted for Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Eastern Europe INTERPOL
European Human Rights Court Prohibits Swiss Union of Pretrial Judge and Prosecutor On October 23, 1990 in a human rights case involving Switzerland, the European Court of Human Rights asserted that human rights principles override national criminal law. Bettina Rost-Hebell 6 12 1990-12-01 Europe Human Rights
Canada Bar Association Calls For Strengthening of Enforcement on International Environmental Issues The Canadian Bar Association has called for several legislative and treaty reforms to improve compliance and enforcement of international law issues. Bruce Zagaris 6 12 1990-12-01 Canada Environment

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