Author: Paul A. Batista
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
Release Date: 2007
Civil RICO Practice Manual, Third Edition, serves as the single, most comprehensive resource to which attorneys for plaintiffs and defendants, judges, professors and students turn for information encompassing the full array of issues relating to RICO. An analytic and practical resource of high value to any attorney practicing in this area, Civil RICO Practice Manual provides comprehensive coverage of the Act and its various judicial interpretations, while at the same time taking the litigator through all aspects of RICO-based litigationand—from the complaint, through trial and appeal. This unique resource also supplies the forms and models you need to practice confidentlyand—and efficientlyand—every step of the way. Only Civil RICO Practice Manual: Helps you determine whether there is a successful RICO claim Provides model complaints and other forms you need to prosecute or defend a claim Keeps you completely current with the latest applications or bases for civil RICO claims including copyright infringement Delivers the latest case law and analysis on RICO, including U.S. Supreme Court cases Facilitates your understanding of special issues unique to civil RICO, including the Person/Enterprise standard, which holds persons employed by the enterprise responsible for damages caused by prohibited RICO activities This new Third Edition of Civil RICO Practice Manual adds an important dimension: a meaningful discussion of the criminal uses and scope of RICO. The language of the RICO statute applies equally to civil cases and criminal indictments. As a result, U.S. Supreme Court and appellate decisions rendered in criminal RICO cases almost invariably have meaning for civil racketeering litigation. Civil RICO Practice Manual, Third Edition provides civil practitioners the insight you need regarding the criminal elements of a RICO claim. This powerful resource offers: An entire new chapter on criminal RICO claims A new Model criminal RICO indictment, providing an ideal benchmark for a plaintiff who must structure, prepare and present a civil racketeering complaint And more!
Author: Gregory P. Joseph
Publisher: American Bar Association
Release Date: 2010
This valuable book provides a concise, yet thorough analysis of the major legal issues arising in civil actions litigated under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Well organized and indexed, Civil RICO guides you through the complex statute and morass of related case law and helps you quickly locate the issues pertinent to your case. This new edition identifies all major emerging issues in civil RICO litigation and advises you on current developments.
In this book, popular Fuji Rumors "X-Pert Corner" columnist Rico Pfirstinger teaches about the little-known capabilities of the X-T20, which he’s discovered through months of in-depth research and experimentation with the camera. After a brief overview of the camera’s basic functions, Rico cuts to the chase and provides a plethora of tips and practical instructions not found in the user's manual. With this knowledge, you will be able to fully exploit the capabilities of the X-T20.
The Fujifilm X-series cameras have amazing features but may require an adjustment period for those new to using these cameras, even photographers who have been lifetime DSLR shooters. This guide will help you to quickly feel comfortable using your camera so that you can achieve excellent results.
Rico has a cold, and he cannot stop sneezing. So he can't go on his school's field trip to the circus. This makes Rico very sad until he takes out his favorite pencil, Pencil Boy, and creates a circus of his own. With help from Pencil Boy, inspiration from his friends and teachers at school, and a little imagination, Rico realizes that he can enjoy a fun, exciting circus adventure without ever leaving his room.
Written for every sports fan who follows the Buffalo Sabres, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From the locker room to the rink, the book includes stories about Scotty Bowman, Lindy Ruff, and Taro Tsujimoto, among others, allowing readers to relive the highlights and the celebrations.
Author: Joe Wolfinger
Publisher: Wolfinger, Incorporated
Release Date: 2012-12-01
In October 2003 Paul Rico, a 78-year old retired FBI agent, was arrested and charged with the 1981 murder of a Tulsa Oklahoma based millionaire. Rico died a few months later in January 2004, before a trial or even a preliminary hearing could be held. An investigation by two retired agents proves two things: 1) he was a great agent and 2) he was not guilty. This is the true story of FBI Agent H. Paul Rico. The writers, Joe Wolfinger and Christophir Kerr, are both retired FBI agents and attorneys. They never met Rico. They are, however, both veteran investigators who made their bones by working the streets building complicated cases and winning difficult convictions. They appreciate first rate agents, like Rico, who take the risk of mixing it up with criminals and persuading some of them to cooperate with law enforcement or, as they used to refer to it when they were active agents, persuading them to "join America's team." When they began they were surprised at what they found and, more particularly, at what was missing. Over the past several years, they reviewed hundreds of court documents and public records, and conducted several hundred interviews. Ultimately, they were shocked at the total miscarriage of justice that surrounded and eventually consumed the Rico case. With the assistance of veteran newsman Jerry Seper, who helped reorganize and refocus the Rico story, the truth about the veteran agent is considerably different from what the public has been told or read in some newspapers, seen on the Internet or heard from some blustery Congressman. Wolfinger and Kerr repeatedly developed information that contradicts the "evidence" used in the case against Rico and show that the myth of his involvement in the 1981 murder was the concoction of two desperate Boston mobsters. More than that, they detail how the false charges that led to Rico's lonely death can only be explained by a perfect storm of corruption, ambition, raw politics and incompetence.
A chance meeting of two gay men from different backgrounds results in a romance that spans 60 years. They meet in the tumultuous year of 1968. The dateline includes the important events of the gay movement agenda as well as the challenging events such as the Vietnam War. Rico is a war hero to the nation and becomes a celebrity to gay and lesbian people. Their kennel in northern California becomes their life's work. They specialize in Shepherd dogs. Rico and Kent marry in 2015 after 47 years together. Their founding of EUROCLONE proves interesting.
Author: Dean Browning Webb
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2013-05-22
The author specializes in complex RICO litigation with emphasis on application of the Pinkerton Doctrine in RICO conspiracy. James N. Gross, Esq., of Philadelphia, PA., and the author represent plaintiffs in the RICO conspiracy case of Smith v. Berg, 247 F.3d 532 (3rd Cir. 2001). A member of both the RICO Law Reporter Advisory Board and the Civil RICO Report Advisory Board, the author publishes extensively upon RICO conspiracy law and the Pinkerton Doctrine, as well as addressing RICO aiding and abetting issues. Willamette University College of Law, JD 1976, New York University Graduate Tax Program, 1981. Former staff attorney , 1978 House Select Committee on Assassinations. The author’s avocation includes researching and analyzing the role of the American intelligence community and the events culminating in the attack upon the American embassy in Saigon, South Vietnam, on 31 January 1968, and the attacks during the 1968 Tet Offensive at Khe Sanh, Hue City, and the My Lai Massacre, 16 March 1968.
Author: Amy Davidson
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
Release Date: 2012-08-01
Genre: JUVENILE NONFICTION
Readers discover fun facts about the life and career of the young star of one of television's most popular shows, Modern Family. Rico Rodriguez found fame playing the lovable Manny Delgado, and readers explore the road he took to get the role and the promising future he has ahead of him in Hollywood. With the help of accessible text and a detailed timeline of his life and career, readers of all ages experience the career highlights of one of the most charming young actors on television. Filled with colorful photographs, readers are sure to enjoy and remain engaged throughout.
The man behind the Italian good looks… Gorgeous Rico D'Angelo is single-handedly saving the world, one disadvantaged teen at a time. The opening of his charity café should be enough for him to finally put the regrets of his childhood behind him…but even as the ribbon is cut on opening day it's not enough. Until new hire Neen Cuthbert walks through the door and offers an unexpected blast of sunshine! She's had her fill of misguided do-gooders, but something tells her Rico is different. Neen won't let him push her away—especially now she's discovering that Rico might just need her most of all….