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    Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process

    2 PM EST

    Tuesday, January 29th, 2019, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

    American Bar Association
    1050 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20036
    5th Floor – John Marshall A Conference Room

    Teleconference Option Available!

    This program will discuss: (1) international police cooperation via INTERPOL’s channels: the mechanism and legal framework; (2) the principle of INTERPOL’s neutrality; (3) loopholes in INTERPOL’s rules that make the abuse of red notices possible; (4) member countries known for abusing INTERPOL; (5) the lack of transparency in INTERPOL’s disclosures; (6) why entrepreneurs become victims of INTERPOL abuse; (7) the rights of individuals on the international wanted list; (8) INTERPOL’s recent reforms and what else must be done to redress abuses.

    Moderator:
    Bruce Zagaris, Berliner, Corcoran & Lowe LLP, Washington D.C.

    Speakers:
    • Yuriy Nemets, Law Office of Yuriy L. Nemets, PLLC, Washington D.C.
    • Michelle Estlund, Estlund Law, Coral Gables, FL
    • Theodore R. Bromund, Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations, Margaret Thatcher, Center for Freedom, Washington D.C.
    • Matthew Klecka, Partner, Ernst & Young, Washington D.C.
    • Rebecca Shaeffer, Fair Trials International, Washington D.C.

    Sponsors:
    Section of International Law
    National Security Committee

    Co-sponsors:
    ABA Criminal Justice Section
    Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS)
    Section of International Law International Anti-Money Laundering Committee

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    Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process

    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Jan 29, 2019

    2019-01-29T14:00:00-05:00 2019-01-29T16:00:00-05:00 Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process

    Tuesday, January 29th, 2019, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

    American Bar Association
    1050 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20036
    5th Floor – John Marshall A Conference Room

    Teleconference Option Available!

    This program will discuss: (1) international police cooperation via INTERPOL’s channels: the mechanism and legal framework; (2) the principle of INTERPOL’s neutrality; (3) loopholes in INTERPOL’s rules that make the abuse of red notices possible; (4) member countries known for abusing INTERPOL; (5) the lack of transparency in INTERPOL’s disclosures; (6) why entrepreneurs become victims of INTERPOL abuse; (7) the rights of individuals on the international wanted list; (8) INTERPOL’s recent reforms and what else must be done to redress abuses.

    Moderator:
    Bruce Zagaris, Berliner, Corcoran & Lowe LLP, Washington D.C.

    Speakers:
    • Yuriy Nemets, Law Office of Yuriy L. Nemets, PLLC, Washington D.C.
    • Michelle Estlund, Estlund Law, Coral Gables, FL
    • Theodore R. Bromund, Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations, Margaret Thatcher, Center for Freedom, Washington D.C.
    • Matthew Klecka, Partner, Ernst & Young, Washington D.C.
    • Rebecca Shaeffer, Fair Trials International, Washington D.C.

    Sponsors:
    Section of International Law
    National Security Committee

    Co-sponsors:
    ABA Criminal Justice Section
    Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS)
    Section of International Law International Anti-Money Laundering Committee

    Sponsors

    National Security Committee

    Section of International Law

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