Contact: Shannon O'Hara, Senior Associate; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)

In July 2014, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs (Committee) released their report which considered the use of remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) in Australia and the regulation of air safety and privacy associated with the use of RPAs.

Read more: ‘Eyes in the Sky’ - an Australian Government inquiry into remotely piloted aircraft, air safety...

Contact: Awatif Khouri; Al Rowaad Advocates & Legal Consultants (United Arab Emirates)

As per Federal Law No. 39 of 2006 governs the extradition of criminals. Terms and conditions to be applied when delivering a suspect are set out in Article 7 of Law No. 39 these state that:

Read more: Extradition Article: Part 2. Conditional Requirements

Contact: Awatif Khouri; Al Rowaad Advocates & Legal Consultants (United Arab Emirates)

The INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization; it is based in France with a membership of 190 countries. Each country has its own Interpol office. The head Interpol officer is elected by a two/third majority of the delegate. Each country has their own delegates in its country, the head Interpol officer is based in Lyon, France, he can remain in office for a period of 4 years, and can also be re-elected.

Read more: Extradition Article: Part 1. Introduction

Contact: Shannon O'Hara, Senior Associate and Nadia Stacey, Graduate Lawyer; Carter Newell (Queensland, Australia)

In January 2014, we reported on the Australian Government’s Aviation Safety Regulation Review (review).  Following receipt of some 269 formal submissions, and meetings with over 200 individuals,1 the Review Panel (Panel) released their report (Report) on 30 May 2014.  The Report (which runs to some 161 pages) includes 37 recommendations for change across four key areas.

This newsletter provides an overview of the observations and recommendations for changes set out in the Report.2 Readers wishing to review the complete Report can do so via the following link:

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Contact: Jack Horak; Reid and Riege P C (Connecticut, USA)

In this issue we will discuss two topics. The first concerns pending changes in the way auditors present endowment funds on nonprofit financial statements. While this subject may sound overly technical, its implications are significant and it behooves nonprofits and their donors to understand the issue. Second, we will discuss a recent jury verdict finding the directors and officers of a failed nonprofit personally liable to the nonprofit's unpaid vendors. This case is interesting because the jury parsed the difference between negligent board conduct (no liability) and reckless board conduct ($5,750,000 of liability).

Read more: Nonprofit Organization Report: Two Timely Topics - Winter 2014