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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
U.S. Bans Imports on Drift Net Fish On September 18, the Bush Administration issused regulations that ban imports of fish caught with huge "drift nets," some of which cover as much as thirty miles of ocean, inadvertently catching and... 7 9 1991-09-01 United States Environment, Wildlife
Isle of Man Financial Services Act Progresses Towards Enactment and Will Provide Strict Regulation for Non-Resident Offshore Companies A Financial Services ACt modeled on the U.K. Financial Services Act is moving towards enactment sometime in 1992.  The bill will require non-resident companies to obtain a license and would enable... 7 9 1991-09-01 Isle of Man Financial Enforcement, Financial Supervision, Offshore Banking
Noriega Gets Rolling with Court Ruling that Classified Documents Concerning Noriega's Ties to U.S. Intelligence Agencies Are Relevant The Noriega trial has begun with its attendant publicity and raising many issues, including the utility of trying such a major figure in the United States and making deals with so many high-level... Bruce Zagaris 7 9 1991-09-01 Panama Drugs & Trafficking, Indictment, Intelligence, Prosecution
The Alleged Transnational Criminal - TOPIC II. Investigation, Prosecution and Defense of Transnational Crimes. Summary of Proceedings: The Role of Interpol: Serge Sarbourin, Interpol Headquarters explained that there has never been a more challenging, dynamic time for Interpol.  Interpo must ensure that the... Bruce Zagaris 7 9 1991-09-01 World Crimes, International Crimes
MacMullen's Habeas Corupus Petition Granted to Stop Extradition On July 17, 1991, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in a dedcision by Judge Robert Ward granted a petition for a writ of habeas corpus by Peter Gabriel John McMullen on... Bruce Zagaris 7 9 1991-09-01 United Kingdom, United States Extradition
Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations Continues Its Work On September 6, the United States Department of Justice announced that in a cooperative effort, the Office of Special Investigations (OSI) and the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS),... 7 9 1991-09-01 Germany, Poland, United States Human Rights, Investigation, Jurisdiction
Luxembourg Defers Signing The Mutual Assistance in Tax Convention Pending A Decision to Enact Legislation to Lift Bank Secrecy A report of Commission of Financial Affairs of the Lower House Luxemboug states that Luxemboug is prepared to sign the Council of Europe and OECD Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax... 7 9 1991-09-01 Luxembourg Bank Secrecy, Mutual Legal Assistance
IRS Starts International Compliance Analysis Division On August 28, the Internal Revenue Service annoucned the establishment of a Compliance Analysis Division within the Office of the Assistant Commissioner (International) to identify global economic... 7 9 1991-09-01 United States Tax Crimes, Tax Enforcement, Tax Havens
ABA CJS Committee on International Criminal Law Forms Administration of Justice Subcommittee On September 21, 1991, the American Bar Association's Criminal Justice Section's Committee on International Criminal Law met in Washington, D.C.  It discussed the following matters...(more)... Bruce Zagaris 7 9 1991-09-01 United States International Crimes, International Law
Panel Finds U.S. Embargo of Tuna From Mexico Violates GATT A three-member GATT panel found the U.S. enforcement of the Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) to ban the importation of yellowfin tuna from Mexico violates the GEneral Agreement on Tariffs &... Phyllis E. Andes 7 9 1991-09-01 Mexico, United States International Cooperation, International Law, Witness Protection