E.g., 2023-12
Title Abstract Author Volumesort descending Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
Russia Withdraws Its Signature from the Statute of the International Criminal Court On November 16, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his Foreign Ministry to inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations that Russia no longer intended to participate in the Rome... 2016-11-18 Philippines, Russia, Ukraine Human Rights, International Courts, International Criminal Court, International Organizations, War Crimes
ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (Neil Boister and Robert J. Currie, ed.), Routledge 458 pp. 2015 – A Review 2015-12-22 Book Review, International Crimes, International Law
United Nations Sets Up New Office of Counter-Terrorism On June 15, 2017, the UN General Assembly adopted its resolution in which it approved the establishment of a new United Nations office to help Member States implement the Organization's global... 2017-06-30 Counter-terrorism, United Nations
Costa Rica Arrests and Extradites U.S. Citizen Charged with Business Opportunity Fraud                 On February 12, 2015, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Florida (Miami) announced that Costa Rica has extradited Jon White, a U.S. citizen charged in connection... 2016-08-17 Costa Rica, United States Conspiracy, Extradition, Fraud
Bank Hapoalim Settles with DOJ for Over $30 Million for FIFA Money Laundering On April 30, 2020, Bank Hapoalim B.M. (BHBM), an Israeli bank with international operations, and its willy owned subsidiary, Hapoalim (Switzerland) Ltd. (BHS), have agreed to forfeit $20,733,322... 2020-05-09 Money Laundering
International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Overturns Convictions of 2 Croatian Generals             On November 16, 2012, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia reversed by majority the convictions of Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac for... 2016-08-03 Former Yugoslavia Crimes against Humanity, Criminal Procedure/Proceedings, International Criminal Tribunal, Law of War
ICC and Dutch Government Return Witnesses to Congo, Rejecting Asylum Claims                 On June 27, 2014, after a long procedure involving both the ICC and the authorities of the Netherlands, the Dutch Council of State decided to return three witnesses to the Democratic... 2016-08-10 Netherlands Asylum, International Criminal Court, Legal Ethics, Witness Protection
Confiscating assets for Indonesia: Interview with Mark Temple KC, H.M. Attorney General of Jersey Jersey recently announced the successful conclusion of a 10-year asset recovery case against an Indonesian company director convicted of fraud, embezzlement and money laundering, and... 2023-07-28 Indonesia, Jersey, United Kingdom Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, Financial Crimes, Financial Enforcement
U.S.-Honduras Sign Asylum Agreement On September 25, 2019, the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Honduras government announced an asylum agreement that will enable U.S. immigration authorities to send asylum... 2019-10-12 Honduras, United States Asylum
Court Authorizes John Doe Summons for Identities of U.S. Taxpayers Who Have Used Virtual Currency On November 30, 2016, U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley of the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, entered an order authorizing the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) to... 2016-12-02 United States Evidence Gathering, Tax Crimes, Tax Enforcement
International Tax Enforcement Continues to Rise Bruce Zagaris 0 0 2011-11-28
Conference Report: Resolution Of Transnational Tax Controversies On July 9, 1985, a Presidential Showcase program at the Annual Convention of the American Bar Association considered "Resolution of Transnational Tax Controversies."  The moderator was McGee Grigsby... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 United States Tax Enforcement
International Enforcement Developments The House Government Operations Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer, and Monetary Affairs is trying to maintain its reputation started by its late chairman Benjamin J. Rosenthal for influencing policy... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 Law Enforcement
Administration of Justice Programs Progress The administration of justice programs of the United States Government and private organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean are gaining momentum.  At the meeting of the Section of... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 United States Administration of Justice
Senate Hearing Held on Money Laundering Crime Bills Bills to make money laundering a crime continue to make their slow way through Congress.  On October 29, 1985, the Senate Judiciary Committee held hearings on several Senate bills dealing with money... Constantine G. Papavizas 1 2 1985-10-01 United States Money Laundering
Extraterritorial Application of Laws & Responses Thereto Book Review The book publishes the proceedings of the May 11-12, 1983 International Law Association Conference on Extraterritorial Application of Laws and Response Thereto, which was held in London.  The... Bruce Zagaris 1 4 1985-12-01 International Criminal and Comparative Law
Judge Rules Espionage Has Extraterritorial Application In a ruling with potentially far-reaching implications, Judge Albert V. Bryan Jr., District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, denied a motion to dismiss by Michael A. Soussoudis, a Ghanian national... Bruce Zagaris 1 2 1985-10-01 Ghana Espionage
CIAT Review The technical publication of the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations, CIAT REVIEW in 1984-1985, has useful articles on tax administration, including highlights of the XVIII CIAT General... Bruce Zagaris 1 1 1985-09-01 Tax Enforcement
Final Rule Enable Savings & Loan To Report Suspected Crimes On November 8, 1985, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, as the operating head of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC), has promulgated a final rule that institutions whose... Bruce Zagaris 1 3 1985-11-01 United States Law Enforcement
Frankfurt EAA Seminar: Switch to Non-U.S. Suppliers On October 25, 1985, the German trade association of electrical and electronic industries (ZVEI) held a seminar in Frankfurt, Germany, on the amended Export Administration Act and on compliance with... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 1 3 1985-11-01 Germany Export Enforcement