ABA opposes requiring lawyers to tell on money-laundering clients

[JURIST] In a letter sent Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee leadership, American Bar Association President Arthur Carleton Jr. registered the ABA' s opposition to an international task force proposal that would require lawyers to report to a government enforcement agency information of "suspicious" activities relating to possible money laundering by their clients. Read the ABA letter.

 

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