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Updates and discussions about developments in our areas of practice
December 10, 2023
NEMETS hosts the sixth of its webinar series Open Conversations About INTERPOL Abuse

During our sixth webinar, we reviewed the results of the 91st INTERPOL General Assembly

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August 22, 2023
NEMETS Successfully Co-Counsels a Client, a Victim of an Abusive INTERPOL Red Notice

INTERPOL Agrees to Delete the Red Notice Due to the Government’s Flagrant Violations of the Client’s Rights to Due Process and a Fair Trial

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July 26, 2023
Yuriy Nemets speaks at the American Bar Association Panel ‘Latest Developments in INTERPOL’s and its Member Countries’ Approach to Transnational Repression’

During the fifth American Bar Association panel on INTERPOL abuse, Yuriy Nemets discussed preemptive requests, the activities of the INTERPOL Notices and Diffusions Task Force and the differences and similarities between the United States and the European Union approaches to INTERPOL abuse

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July 18, 2023
Red Notice Abuse Report: INTERPOL has the Power and Obligation to Prevent All Abusive Government Requests from Entering its Channels, No Exceptions

Under INTERPOL's rules, the General Secretariat must act preemptively, not just deal with abusive government requests after they are already disseminated through its channels

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July 6, 2023
Yuriy Nemets to speak at the American Bar Association panel 'Latest Developments in INTERPOL’s and its Member Countries’ Approach to Transnational Repression'

The panel will discuss the latest developments in the area of INTERPOL abuse and defending the rights of individuals on the international wanted list

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June 19, 2023
Red Notice Abuse Report: the Limited Role of Preemptive Requests

INTERPOL Confirms the Limited Role of Preemptive Requests by Which Individuals Warn the Organization of Impending Government Abuse of its Resources

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June 7, 2023
NEMETS co-signs an open letter demanding that INTERPOL prevent the abuse of its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database by Turkey’s government

NEMETS joins the group of over twenty attorneys, members of the E.U. and U.K. parliaments, scholars, human rights activists and organizations in signing an open letter to the INTERPOL Secretary General demanding that the Organization prevent the abuse of its Stolen and Lost Travel Documents database (SLTD) by Turkey’s government

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May 5, 2023
Yuriy Nemets pens an article 'Seeking Asylum While on the INTERPOL Wanted List: the Expert Witness Perspective'

In his new article published in the International Enforcement Law Reporter, Yuriy Nemets describes the important takeaways from his experience testifying as an expert witness in the asylum cases of victims of INTERPOL Abuse

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April 27, 2023
NEMETS hosts the fifth of its webinar series Open Conversations About INTERPOL Abuse

The fifth of the webinar series is dedicated to the INTERPOL reforms of 2016-2017

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April 21, 2023
NEMETS hosts the fourth of its webinar series Open Conversations About INTERPOL Abuse

During the fourth webinar, we discussed the European Union approach to Red Notices and other government requests disseminated via INTERPOL's channels

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December 17, 2022
NEMETS launches a webinar series dedicated to the problem of INTERPOL abuse and defending the rights of individuals on the international wanted list

NEMETS hosts the first of the webinar series founded by the firm. Our goal is to raise awareness of INTERPOL abuse, talk about the problems that legal professionals and their clients face and, hopefully, find and suggest solutions to these problems.

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November 8, 2022
Red Notice Abuse Report: For Some INTERPOL Member Countries, Suspension and Expulsion Might Soon Become Real After All - Red Notice Abuse Report

INTERPOL has finally resolved to make expulsion of member countries possible

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July 12, 2022
Yuriy Nemets speaks at the American Bar Association event "INTERPOL and Growing Transnational Repression"

As a panelist at the American Bar Association event dedicated to defending the rights of victims of INTERPOL abuse, Yuriy Nemets continued his overview of INTERPOL's "case law"

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June 1, 2022
Red Notice Abuse Report: Notices and Diffusions Task Force: The Most Secretive Part of INTERPOL’s Redress Mechanism

The task force established to preemptively fight INTERPOL abuse refuses to publish any information about its activities, procedures or the results of its work

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November 29, 2021
Red Notice Abuse Report: The INTERPOL General Assembly Has Just Set Its Priorities, and Human Rights is Not One of Them

The INTERPOL 89th General Assembly rewards countries-abusers, does nothing for their victims

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August 25, 2021
Red Notice Abuse Report: Imagine Taliban Using INTERPOL

Afghanistan under the Taliban regime gaining access to INTERPOL’s resources would present a real danger to the regime’s opponents and lead to abuse of historic proportions

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July 15, 2021
Yuriy Nemets speaks at the American Bar Association event "Abusing INTERPOL’s Resources to Persecute Expatriate Dissidents"

As a panelist at the American Bar Association event dedicated to defending the rights of victims of INTERPOL abuse, Yuriy Nemets gives his overview of INTERPOL's "case law"

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January 29, 2019
Yuriy Nemets speaks at the American Bar Association event "Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process"

Yuriy Nemets speaks at the American Bar Association event "Red Notices and the INTERPOL Wanted List: Balancing Law Enforcement with Due Process"

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January 17, 2019
Yuriy Nemets is quoted in the European Parliament study about INTERPOL abuse

The European Parliament cites Yuriy Nemets' article in its study 'Misuse of INTERPOL's Red Notices and Impact on Human Rights -- Recent Developments'

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September 7, 2017
Yuriy Nemets pens an article about the right to be forgotten in the context of banking and know your customer laws

Yuriy Nemets argues that not only does exercising the right to be forgotten may be ineffective in the context of banking and KYC laws, but it may also prove to have a negative effect on one's relationship with a bank or other financial institution.

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