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Cutting deals with labour racketeers effectively allowed these employers to circumvent prohibitions against the formation of company unions.
The Seibu Railway officials allegedly gave about 88 million yen worth of benefits to the racketeer, Ryuga Haga, 74, by selling land in 2001 at bargain prices to a Yokohama-based real estate company to which Haga served as an adviser.
On the other hand, the AFL leaders must have weighed Pegler's animus against organized labor, including the columnist's tendency to lump broad categories of union leadership under the label racketeer.
The shareholders filed the damages suit against seven former executives of Kobe Steel and the racketeer at the Kobe District Court, demanding that about 390 million yen be reimbursed to the company.
I thought racketeers were the ones who broke bones, not the ones who mended them.
States and localities should be certain that bingo and other types of charitable gambling are fund-raising opportunities for deserving charities, not a money machine for racketeers and the Mob.
to corporate racketeers have revealed that three Seibu executives have sold two strips of land in Kanagawa Prefecture shortly after turning down the offer of purchase by a real estate company, Tokyo police sources said Thursday.
The justices will determine whether lower courts went too far in applying the federal Racketeer Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act to activities of antiabortion protesters.
Police arrested a professional "sokaiya" racketeer and two businessmen Monday on suspicion they tried to extort 50 million yen from a Fujitsu Ltd.
RECENT CASE LAW shows a trend to dismiss claims under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) against outside CPAs who did not participate in the management or operation of client companies.
Healthcare (USHC) plan in Philadelphia filed two class action cases against USHC and all of its constituent plans, alleging violations of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.
The FBI and federal prosecutors discovered that through RICO--the Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations Act--the mob could be wounded if not destroyed.