extraterritorial


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outside territorial limits or jurisdiction

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Some eighty-eight years after Bowman, though, the Supreme Court handed down another landmark ruling that seemed to question the presumptive extraterritorial application of criminal statutes.
25) To be sure, the lack of discussion of the presumption against extraterritorial application of statutes does not mean scholars ignored any potential concerns arising from the foreign subject matter of most ATS suits.
Referring to the 1992 Torricelli Act and the 1996 Helms-Burton Act as turning points in enforcement of the embargo, Gordon says the two pieces of legislation "greatly increased the extraterritorial impact of the embargo, and they came at a time when Cuba's economic situation was particularly precarious.
In March 2012, however, just after oral arguments, the high court directed the parties to file supplemental briefs on the question of the basis and the limits of the Alien Tort Statute's extraterritorial reach.
54 per diluted share, related to the tax treatment of extraterritorial income from the offshore leasing of certain aircraft.
These would be extraterritorial rights and responsibilities, just as the United States, for example, provides for its large numbers of expatriates, such as civilian dependents of US military personnel based abroad.
The current list of extraterritorial offences includes serious crimes such as child sexual exploitation, hostage taking and terrorism.
TAHRAN (CyHAN)- The Iranian Navy's 24th fleet, including two destroyers named 'Sabalan' and 'Kharg', were dispatched from the first naval zone on an extraterritorial mission to the Northern Indian Ocean, IRNA reported.
This Article uses the jurisprudential dichotomy between two opposing types of legal requirements--"rules" and "standards"--to examine extraterritorial regulation by the United States.
The availability of a cause of action against corporations under the ATS has invited precisely the sort of sensitive, extraterritorial litigation that is destined to cause the type of international friction that has characterized modern ATS litigation.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the work of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, and the United Nations Convention against Corruption have inspired the United Kingdom to revise its Bribery Act, expanding its extraterritorial provision to reach corporations with loose ties to the United Kingdom.
TRANSNATIONAL LAW--REQUIREMENT OF A TERRITORIAL NEXUS TO THE UNITED STATES LIMITS EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF UNITED STATES CRIMINAL LAW--United States v.
Constitution make sense in the extraterritorial context, particularly when the United States is engaged in armed conflict.
Despite these challenges, courts have allowed extraterritorial reach of
A defendant cannot be held liable solely on the basis of extraterritorial conduct, only for conduct that occurs in the US.
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