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Does "Proceeds" Really Mean "Net Profits"? The Supreme Court's Efforts To Diminish The Utility Of The Federal Money Laundering Statute, Jimmy Gurule Nov 2013

Does "Proceeds" Really Mean "Net Profits"? The Supreme Court's Efforts To Diminish The Utility Of The Federal Money Laundering Statute, Jimmy Gurule

Jimmy Gurule

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The Money Laundering Control Act Of 1986: Creating A New Federal Offense Or Merely Affording Federal Prosecutors An Alternative Means Of Punishing Specified Unlawful Activity?, Jimmy Gurule Nov 2013

The Money Laundering Control Act Of 1986: Creating A New Federal Offense Or Merely Affording Federal Prosecutors An Alternative Means Of Punishing Specified Unlawful Activity?, Jimmy Gurule

Jimmy Gurule

No abstract provided.


Knowledge Inferences In Money Laundering And Structuring Prosecutions, Parry Alicia Stender Black Jan 2013

Knowledge Inferences In Money Laundering And Structuring Prosecutions, Parry Alicia Stender Black

Parry Alicia Stender Black

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Enforcement Of Foreign Restraining Orders, Stefan D. Cassella Dec 2012

Enforcement Of Foreign Restraining Orders, Stefan D. Cassella

Stefan D Cassella

Legislation in the United States now permits the federal courts to register and enforce orders issued by foreign courts for the purpose of preserving assets that are subject to forfeiture under foreign law.

This article discusses the problems the United States encountered when it first attempted to enact and apply legisation designed to facilitate the enforcement of foreign asset-preservation orders, the remedial legislation enacted to address those problems, and the recent success the U.S. government has had under the new legislation in restraining assets at the request of foreign courts so that they may be forfeited under foreign law.


Transnational Legal Practice (International)[2010-2012], Laurel S. Terry Dec 2012

Transnational Legal Practice (International)[2010-2012], Laurel S. Terry

Laurel S. Terry

This article covers three years of Transnational Legal Practice developments outside of the US. (It is the companion piece to 47 Int'l Law. 499 (2013) which discusses US developments.) This article discusses the approval of an Alternative Business Structure licensing system by the UK Solicitors Regulation Authority and its subsequent issuance of ABS licenses. The second section reviews the emergence of the “Troika” as a new regulatory influence in Europe, citing as an example the joint ABA-CCBE letter to the IMF. (The Troika refers to the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, and the European Commission.) The third section …