Bank Secrecy Act

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  • Effects Of Corruption And Money Laundering

    The use of banks and other financial institutions is the main generator for the aforesaid activity. The criminals who generate these funds need to bring them into the legitimate financial system without raising any suspicion. Organizations are vulnerable since criminal earnings can enter into banks in the form of large cash deposits. Bank officials therefore need to exercise constant awareness in opening of accounts with large cash deposits and in checking suspicious transactions. Further to this, and in order to mitigate the risk, banks need to apply the appropriate due diligence procedures in order to categorize its perspective clients and monitor them appropriately as per their…

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  • Lies And Deception In Frankenstein

    From a young age children are taught that lying and trickery don 't come without consequences. A common theme in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is also one of Victor Frankenstein’s fatal flaws: lies and deceit in the form of secrecy. Victors biggest secret was his attempt to cover up the creation of the creature. His choice to keep this secret not only affected him and the people around him, but also affected the creature in a negative way. Victor began to keep his work hidden after he started to…

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  • Attorney Conflict Of Interest Rules

    Attorney Conflict of Interest Rules A conflict of interest occurs when a lawyer’s ethical obligations to one client conflict with the interests of another client. A conflict is defined as “a substantial risk that the lawyer 's representation of the client would be materially and adversely affected by the lawyer 's own interests or by the lawyer 's duties to another current client, a former client, or a third person.” [Sharp v. Next Entertainment, Inc. (2008) 163 Cal.App.4th 410, 426.) The…

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  • The Secret Weapon Within Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter And Secret Societies

    and killed William Morgan because “Morgan had published an expose of its rituals and had brought considerable wrath upon himself from the fraternity” (Stemper and Beck 3197). By revealing classified rituals from a secret group, the now ex-member was stopped from disclosing further information. Many characters in The Scarlet Letter, discovered that no matter how safe they kept the secret, “tomorrow would bring its own trial with it; so would the next day, and so would the next” (Hawthorne 66).…

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  • Twelfth Night Deception Analysis

    is not necessary for a prince to have all the above-mentioned qualities in fact, but it is indeed necessary to appear to have them” (70). As long as a prince appears virtuous and is successful in maintaining his state, the public will consider him a virtuous ruler. The assertion that rulers should adopt a deceptive appearance is not one that comes without limitations. Even though “he who deceives will always find someone who will let himself be deceived” (70), Machiavelli additionally contends…

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  • The Major Themes Of The Horror Of War By Anne Frank

    Unfortunately, her diary is left unfinished, for she, her family, and the other occupants of the annex are discovered by the Gestapo and sent to a concentration camp. The general horror of war, coupled with the specific horrors that the Nazis inflicted upon the Jews, is the major theme of the diary. Anne Frank, the young teenage girl who writes the diary, experiences the pain of war first-hand. In order to try and escape the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, her family and the Van …

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  • Examples Of Gray Scenarios

    Gray Scenario Winter break was almost approaching at New High School as I received notification from all the teachers indicating which students were failing their grades. I started to make arrangement to meet individually with each student to discuss their grades and try to problem solve how to best help each student to raise their grades. The following days I started spending the majority of the time with some students. It was M.L.’s turns, he was a freshman and it was his first time being at…

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  • Case Study Of Marlow's Duty Or Duties Toward Aerogels, Inc.

    liable to Aerogels, Inc. for the profits he receives in his new venture? At the heart of this dilemma is the issue of whether or not, as a director, Marlow violated any duties by using his position in the company to form a competing business. But before an adequate conclusion about this issue can be drawn, its important to analyze all of the possible fiduciary duties that could apply to a member on the board of directors. In this case, there are two primary duties, the duty of loyalty and the…

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  • Memorandum Of Law To Jennifer Greene's Jewelry Legal Counsel

    agreement. At the time of accepting employment, Ms. Lawson was of able mind, of an age to enter a legal contract and had understanding of employment contingent upon her signing the confidentiality agreement. Her employment with Howell Jewelry World is not contested but the trade secrets that Ms. Lawson has allegedly passed along is contested. She had access to and received trade secrets for a patented process based upon her position as a junior executive secretary in the R&D department at…

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  • Case Study: Oneway Corporation

    In this ethics case there are many relevant facts. Jon Williams is a CPA and the auditor of Oneway Corporation. Along with representing the Corporation, he also represents two of the three directors who are officers and each own one-third of the shares. President Jack is Jon’s tax client who founded Oneway Corporation but soon wishes to retire. He also wishes to consider selling all his shares to Vice President Jill, who is also an officer and stockholder owning one-third of shares. Bill, the…

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