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INTERPOL’s CCF to begin publication of decisions (Part 2 of RNLJ’s New Rules series)

Posted in INTERPOL's Tools and Practices, Uncategorized
As discussed in the last post, here, INTERPOL’s new rules governing the CCF took effect in March. From a practitioner’s standpoint, among the more significant changes is the CCF’s new task of publishing its opinions and providing reasoning for them. The CCF is now required to “endeavour to make its decisions, opinions, recommendations and reports… Continue Reading

How Will Attorneys View INTERPOL’s New Rules?

Posted in INTERPOL's Tools and Practices, Member Country Activity, Red Notice Challenges
As we discussed in the last post, INTERPOL’s new rules are called the Rules on the Processing of Data (RPD) and will become effective July 1, 2012.  Among the changes from the old rules, and of interest to Red Notice subjects and their attorneys, will be the following: Better organization of topics in a more… Continue Reading

The Trouble with I-Link: Reeling in INTERPOL’s More Reckless Member Countries

Posted in INTERPOL's Infrastructure, INTERPOL's Tools and Practices, Member Country Activity
In the last post, the focus was on INTERPOL’s consciousness of its potential vulnerability to legal action based on improperly issued Red Notices.  INTERPOL’s I-Link system, which allows member countries much more broad discretion in the issuance of Red Notices, has allowed for information to be processed using INTERPOL’s databases in a way that was… Continue Reading