Combating Threats to the International Financial System: The Financial Action Task Force
This issue is based on the Combating Threats to the International Financial System: The Financial Action Task Force conference held at New York Law School in October 2013. The articles in this issue explore policy recommendations promulgated by FATF, their implementation at both state and federal levels, and their direct impact on legal professionals in the corporate, financial, and trusts and estates legal fields. Videorecordings of the symposium panels are available here.
- Introduction by William P. LaPiana, Rita and Joseph Solomon Professor of the Law of Wills, Trusts, and Estates, New York Law School
- The Financial Action Task Force and the Legal Profession by Duncan E. Osborne, Tax Partner at Osborne, Helman, Knebel & Scott, LLP
- The Role of Lawyers in Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Lessons from the English Approach by John A. Terrill, III, Partner, Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, P.C.; and Michael A. Breslow, Associate, Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, P.C.
- Lawyer Ethics and the Financial Action Task Force: A Call to Action by Jack P. Sahl, Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Miller-Becker Center for Professional Responsibility, University of Akron School of Law
- U.S Legal Profession Efforts to Combat Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing by Laurel S. Terry, Professor of Law, Dickinson School of Law, Penn State University
- Compliance Convergence in FATF Rulemaking: The Conflict Between Agency Capture and Soft Law by Saby Ghoshray
- The Financial Action Task Force: International Regulatory Convergence Through Soft Law by Nicholas W. Turner ’12
II. Notes and Case Comments
- Kicking the Can Down the Road: Dodd-Frank’s Attempted Reform on Broker-Dealers by Helen Quigley ‘14
- Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures Inc. by Executive Editor Zachary Edelman ‘15