A Holiday Retrospective from the Editors: The Year in International Enforcement Law

The IELR sends everyone best wishes for a warm and joyous holiday season. 2018 was momentous for the international enforcement community. On bilateral enforcement cooperation, the IELR reported on the U.S. and Brazil starting a permanent forum on security, covering inter alia: drug and money laundering issues; alien smuggling, human trafficking, and illegal migration. Among the stories we covered were also many battles in cybercrime. The IELR covered some U.S. indictments of Chinese state hackers, alleging stealing technology and a coordinated announcement by five governments condemning the cybercirmes and theft of IP.  The U.S. imposed sanctions for Russian cyber interference with the 2016 U.S. elections and, and there were also developments on U.S. and international law on election interference.  The Democratic National Committee sued the Russian government and the Trump campaign for election interference and related offenses. Tax transparency and enforcement…

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