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Ifrah Achieves Speedy Removal from OFAC List for International Payment Processor

Last year, without warning, filed charges, or arrests, prominent payment processor and Ifrah Law client PacNet was targeted by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), which placed the company on the same list it uses to designate terrorist or organized crime entities like MS-13. An article in The American Lawyer, The Feds… Read More

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James Trusty Quoted by AP on the Prioritization of DOJ Crackdown on MS-13 Gang

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday promised an even stricter crackdown on the brutal MS-13 street gang, whose members are suspected in a series of killings in New York City’s suburbs. The attorney general designated the gang with Central American ties as a “priority” for the Department of Justice’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces, which has historically… Read More

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Fox News Quotes James Trusty Regarding Widening Mueller Probe

Report: Mueller probe expands to Democratic lobbyist Tony Podesta’s dealings   Tony Podesta, a powerful Democratic lobbyist and the brother of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, reportedly has entered Robert Mueller’s investigative crosshairs as the special counsel’s office probes whether his firm violated federal law. NBC News first reported that Podesta and his Democratic lobbying firm are now… Read More

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Ifrah Law Announces PacNet Officers Removed from OFAC List

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control removed PacNet’s CEO Rosanne Day, General Counsel Paul Davis, and Gerard A. Humphreys from its list of specially designated foreign nationals. OFAC has now acted to remove from its list of specially designated nationals all 12 employees and officers of PacNet who previously had been included… Read More

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James Trusty Speaks with Law360 on DHS’ New Immigrant Data Rule

Privacy Advocates Decry DHS’ New Immigrant Data Rule Law360, New York (September 27, 2017, 9:18 PM EDT) — A new U.S. Department of Homeland Security rule outlining the types of information that can be stored in immigration files has drawn fire from privacy advocates who argue the information is overly broad and may be used for discriminatory… Read More

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Jeff Ifrah Quoted by EGR North America about Massachusetts’ Online Gambling Report and What it Means for the Industry

Reaching critical mass: What does the MA report on online gambling mean for DFS and egaming stakeholders? The Massachusetts special commission on online gambling delivered its long-awaited report in late July, but does it have any immediate impact for the industry The Massachusetts special commission charged with investigating how best to legalize and regulate egaming… Read More

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James Trusty Interviewed About Recent Trump-Russia Grand Jury Revelations

Trump-Russia grand jury: What you need to know 2nd phase in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation uses powerful tool to issue subpoenas In a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., between 16 and 23 citizens have reportedly been meeting in secret for weeks, tasked with deciding whether to bring charges in a probe of alleged collusion… Read More

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