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SEC Guidance: Disclosure Obligations Stemming from Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Russia, USA - May 20 2022 On May 3, 2022, the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance (“CorpFin”) issued guidance reminding companies with disclosure obligations under U.S…

Megan A. Gajewski Barnhill, Eric Chartan, Jennifer Kies Mammen

Banking Bites - May 17 2022

United Kingdom - May 17 2022 On 28 April 2022, the UK’s antitrust watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority (the “CMA”) wrote to a leading retail bank in respect of…

Megan A. Gajewski Barnhill, Gilly Bradbury, Chris Bryant, Daniel Csefalvay, Polly James, Sarah Klein, Naomi Miles, Victoria Newbold

Russia Sanctions Update: Prohibitions Regarding Certain Professional Services, Additional SDN Designations, Visa Restrictions, and Expansion of U.S. Export Controls

Russia, USA - May 13 2022 Following a meeting of G7 leaders on May 8, 2022, the United States enacted additional sanctions and export control measures in response to the…

Megan A. Gajewski Barnhill, Jennifer Kies Mammen, Brett R. Orren, Russell Semmel

USTR Begins Four-Year Review of Section 301 Tariffs on Chinese Imports, Soliciting Requests for Continuation

China, USA - May 6 2022 The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) has announced that beginning May 7, 2022, it will accept requests from members of the domestic industry that…

Megan A. Gajewski Barnhill, Jennifer Kies Mammen, Brett R. Orren, Russell Semmel

Congress Votes to Impose Trade Punishments on Russia and Belarus, Will Consider Tax and Procurement Measures

Belarus, Russia, USA - April 14 2022 On April 8, 2022, President Biden signed two trade-related bills: one revoking normal tariff treatment for Russia and Belarus, and the other banning…

Megan A. Gajewski Barnhill, David C. Russell, Russell Semmel