2001 to 2003 as the Treasury Department’s under secretary for enforcement, a post that oversees the Office of Foreign Assets Control, said there was a strong argument that every stage of the process be counted as a “proceeding” because the statute was written broadly, meaning that the FISA notice law should apply from the start. U.S. Debate Brews Over Disclosing Warrantless Spying By CHARLIE SAVAGE SEPT. 30, 2014
disturbing," said Jimmy Gurulé, a professor at Notre Dame Law School. "I have a very basic, fundamental question. Who is the finance minister for ISIS? Who is he, and why is he not on the Treasury Department list?" said Gurulé, who held a similar position to Cohen in the George W. Bush administration.
of Notre Dame Law school, who served as an expert consultant for the plaintiffs in the Arab Bank case, and is serving in a similar role in another case, said the verdict’s impact could be limited by the apparent egregiousness of the facts. For example, he pointed to plaintiff allegations that Arab Bank didn’t merely provide routine financial services to Hamas, it engaged with a Saudi charity and the U.S.-designated group to provide benefits to the families of suicide bombers.
situation where a business entity is immune from (sanctions) designation because it does some good things and some bad things," said Jimmy Gurulé, a senior Treasury Department enforcement official in the Bush administration and law professor at Notre Dame University.
safer,” said Jimmy Gurulé, a former assistant U.S. attorney general who teaches law at the University of Notre Dame. “Instead, the focus should be on the intelligence agencies doing a better job of sharing counterterrorism intelligence information. The time has come to rein in the surveillance state.”
a fine of $8 billion to $9 billion. Jimmy Gurulé, a professor of law at Notre Dame, says such a settlement would be unprecedented in several ways. JIMMY GURULÉ : The amount of the fine will be the largest ever imposed against a bank for violating U.S. economic sanctions.
viewed realistically, as a long-term, perhaps even generational, endeavor," said Jimmy Gurulé, a professor at the University of Notre Dame's law school and a former Treasury Department enforcement chief.
Bush, Jimmy Gurulé, said FATF member states should not participate in the meeting. "The invasion of Crimea is a blatant act of aggression, a serious crime under international law. Russia should not be rewarded for (Putin's) criminal acts by being permitted to host a plenary session of FATF," said Gurulé, now a law professor at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
bank official, no bank employee, not a single one, is going to be held personally accountable for the scandal," said former Treasury Department official Jimmy Gurulé, now a professor at Notre Dame University's law school.
Dame, said such lawsuits are likely to spread. “The verdict in the Arab Bank case is likely to embolden plaintiffs,” Gurulé said. “They think that if the jury was willing to find against a bank in the Arab Bank case, they’ll find against banks in a similar case.”
(HBC), demonstrates that the DOJ “does not intend to hold any bank officials accountable for facilitating money laundering through their financial institutions,” said Jimmy Gurulé, who is a professor at the University of Notre Dame and previously worked as a former assistant U.S. Attorney General and Treasury Department undersecretary.
University law school professor Jimmy Gurulé , a former federal prosecutor and high-ranking U.S. Department of Justice official under President George HW Bush, told AP. FBI Threw ‘Millions’ At Raymond ‘Shrimp Boy’ Chow In Chinatown Sting
Dame University law professor. The Anti-Terrorism Act does not specifically permit conspiracy claims, and federal courts in New York have previously refused to permit cases to proceed unless they allege a direct link between banks and militant attacks.