Posts Tagged: Compliance

Trial Challenges Bank’s Liability in Terrorist Acts

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New York Law Journal
August 11, 2014
Andrew Keshner

More than 5,000 miles from the war-torn Middle East, a Brooklyn federal courtroom this week will be the scene of an unprecedented trial testing a multibillion dollar bank’s liability for allegedly …

Let Global Banking Bloom

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National Review Online
June 25, 2014
C. Dean McGrath, Jr.

The Framers of our Constitution wisely gave control of foreign policy to the political branches — the president and Congress. By and large, the judiciary was not part of the …

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