The report notes that "risk and compliance departments at global banks have become more vigilant about turning down deals in China that might have political connections, and thus could fall afoul
of restrictions on banks' dealings with politicians, leaving the way open for the Chinese institutions." Global bankers want to avoid charges of money laundering, tax evasion or violations of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by favoring Chinese business and political leaders or their relatives.
Harvey Silverglate, a civil liberties attorney, titled his 2009 book ''Three Felonies a Day'' to indicate how easily we can fall afoul
of America's metastasizing body of criminal laws.
Supplying steel to Iran is "prohibited," while dealing with the NIOC "is very likely to fall afoul
of European Union and US sanctions," Jonathan Moss, partner and head of marine and trade at law firm DWF in London, told Reuters.
Some credit card programs and overdraft protection loans would also fall afoul
of the new rules.
That implication seems to fall afoul
of our intuitions about certain cases, such as the intuition that a world full of happy people and animals is better than a world full of miserable ones, even if the people and animals are different in the two cases, so that there is no one for whom the second world is better.
"If there's even a 20 percent chance we might fall afoul
of the Fair Debt Collection Act, then we simply can't risk it," Gardner said.
As Angel becomes increasingly explosive, the profoundly lonely Rafael unwisely brings addict Lucia (Lucia Guerrero) into his home and tries to clean her up; before long, they fall afoul
of the neighborhood and the anti-corruption squad.