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Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
DEA Can Delegate Enforcement Authority to INS In a final rule of August 27, 1986, 51 F.R. 30485, the Department of Justice delegates to the Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration the power to reldelegate his authority to any... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Adjective Enforcement
U.K. Attorney General Speaks on International Legal Cooperation At a luncheon held on June 30, 1986 at the International Club in Washington, D.C., Sir Michael Havers, Attorney General of Britain, argued that international legal cooperation does not have to... Constantine G. Papavizas 2 7 1986-07-01 United Kingdom Adjective Enforcement
American Society of International Law Forms Committees The American Society of International Law has formed several committees which will consider and make recommendations on matters affecting international criminal law. Bruce Zagaris 2 11 1986-11-01 Latin America and South America International Criminal and Comparative Law
Swiss Extradition of Narcotics Funds Courier As reported by the authoritative Swiss Neue Zürcher Zeitung, the First Public Law Divison of the Swiss Supreme Court in Lausanne granted a U.S. extradition request for a Colombian citizen who is... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 6 1986-06-01 Switzerland Extradition
Northeastern States Sign Exchange of Information Agreements On January 16, 1986, ten northeastern states and the District of Columbia signed an agreement to exchange tax information.  The agreement is significant since it is the first time a group of states... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Tax Enforcement
Regulation Requires Signature of Exemption Requests under BSA On December 17, 1986, the Department of Treasury promulgated a final rule pursuant to the Anti-Drug Abuse Act., 51 F.R. 45108.  The regulation incorporates the new Act's statutory amendments which... Bruce Zagaris 2 12 1986-12-01 United States Bank Secrecy
Justice Agrees to Safeguard Attorney-Client Privilege in Investigations In response to requests from the American Immigration Lawyers Association to desist from violating the attorney-client privilege in its labor investigations of potential fraud, the Department of... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 United States Law Enforcement
AID Administration of Justice Commonwealth Caribbean Proposal Progresses Approval for an Administration of Justice proposal in the Commonwealth Caribbean by the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) has been given.  Bruce Zagaris 2 2 1986-02-01 Caribbean Administration of Justice
AILA Endorses the Establishment of Project for Asylum Appeals The American Immigration Lawyers Association Committee on Asylum and Refugees in a report to the Board of Governors has endorsed and supports the establishment of a national project to coordinate... Bruce Zagaris 2 5 1986-05-01 United States Asylum
Senior Officials of Commonwealth Countries Meet to Consider Draft Schemes on Mutual Assistance in the Administration of Justice A meeting of senior officials of Law Ministries from 31 Commonwealth countries was held at the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, from 21 January to 4 February 1986 to consider three draft schemes for... Gael M. Kerrigan 2 3 1986-03-01 British Commonwealth Administration of Justice
Senate to Deny Tax Benefits to Companies in Terrorist Countries On September 22, 1986, during a debate on the 1987 budget reconciliation measure, the Senate agreed by a voice vote to an amendment that would deny foreign tax credits and deferral of taxes on income... Bruce Zagaris 2 9 1986-09-01 United States Taxation
Report of Terrorism Bills Released The Report, entitled Bills to Authorize Prosecution of Terrorists and Others Who Attack U.S. Government Employees and Citizens Abroad, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism of the... Bruce Zagaris 2 4 1986-04-01 United States Counter-terrorism
Greece and Italy Sign Cooperation Agreement On September 23, 1986, the Governments of Greece and Italy signed a security agreement calling for joint cooperation in combatting terrorism, drug smuggling and organized crime.  Greek Public Order... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 Greece Adjective Enforcement
Senate Ratifies U.S.-U.K. Extradition Treaty The United States Senate ratified this month an extradition treaty between the U.S. and the U.K. that was signed on June 25, 1986 by a vote of 87 to 10. David Simonetti 2 7 1986-07-01 United States Extradition
Langer's Practical International Tax Planning Supplement Covers Enforcement Developments Release No. 3 to Marshall J. Langer’s Practical International Tax Planning continues to highlight developments in enforcement that impact international tax planning.  For instance, it contains a new... Bruce Zagaris 2 5 1989-02-01 United States Tax Enforcement
HAZMAT Calls for Improved Enforcement in International Transportation of Hazard Wastes The Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Committee of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) issued a strongly-worded statement at the 1986 Fall Meeting of the CVSA in Bar Harbor, Maine. Peter Brown 2 11 1986-11-01 United States U.S. Federal Government
Book Reviews: Digest of International Crime Instruments International Crimes: Digest/Indexof International Instruments 1815-1985 is written by M. Cherif Bassiouni.  This effort is truly pioneering.  It is the first compilation of international criminal... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 International Criminal and Comparative Law
U.S. Sanctions Against Libya Have Criminal Consequences Sanctions imposed by President Reagan and the Department of Treasury prohibit virtually all transactions with Libya and have both civil and criminal penalties.  Legally, President Reagan set in... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Libya Counter-terrorism
Annual Report of Inter-American Human Rights Commission The Annual Report of the Inter-American Human Rights Commission (IACHR), 1985-86, contains a comprehensive discussion of the IACHR's work, resolutions on individual cases, the status of human rights... Cornelia Beck 2 12 1986-12-01 Latin America and South America Human Rights
"Safe Haven" Salvadoran Bill Advances in Congress On July 29, 1986, the House Judiciary Committee marked-up and approved, by a 19-16 vote, H.R. 822, the bill that would provide temporary stay of detention and deportation for certain Salvadoran... Bruce Zagaris 2 8 1986-08-01 El Salvador Immigration

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