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Criminalization of Negligence

Practitioners in the field of aviation law are used to seeing civil actions arise as the result of an aviation accident. In fact, the proceedings are inevitable, as are the statutorily mandated investigations by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) into the causes of accidents.

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Love, Money Drove Search for Michelle

Millionaire had the means and motivation to pursue a mystery that led to murder charges. By LARRY WELBORN The Orange County Register Little Michelle, a big-eyed, chubby-cheeked towhead, burst into her big brother’s bedroom one hot summer night and pleaded, “Hide me. Please hide me!” Then the 3-year-old crawled under the covers. “She sounded real […]

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from By David Worrell It was just before Christmas 2006. Danny Nielson* was sitting across the table from a friend. They were talking about raising money for Nielson’s growing business. Nielson described the contact he’d recently had with a potential investor. “I’m just not sure he’s for real,” Nielson told the friend. “He’s asking […]

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Money in hand

Insurance Companies Required to Establish Anti-Money Laundering Programs and File Suspicious Activity Reports

October 31, 2005 Under two final rules announced today by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), certain U.S. insurance companies are required to both establish anti-money laundering programs and file Suspicious Activity Reports. Insurance companies subject to these rules must establish anti-money laundering program and start filing Suspicious Activity Reports 180 days after the date […]

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