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The United Kingdom’s First Deferred Prosecution Agreement

United Kingdom - December 22 2015 In November 2015, anti-bribery enforcement and regulation in the United Kingdom entered a new era with the first UK Deferred Prosecution Agreement...

Alex Parker, Karolos Seeger.


Non-EU Member States Align Themselves with EU Policies

Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Albania, European Union - December 15 2015 Montenegro, Albania, Liechtenstein and Norway, all non-members of the EU, have agreed to align their sanctions policies with the EU's space...

Konstantin Bureiko, Raj Krishnan, Sam Oladeinde, Satish M. Kini, Carl Micarelli.


CJEU Hands Down First Judgment on Ukraine Misappropriation Sanctions

European Union - December 15 2015 On 26 October 2015, the CJEU annulled the listing of Andriy Portnov in Case T-29014 Andriy Portnov v Council of the European Union (judgment not yet...

Konstantin Bureiko, Raj Krishnan, Sam Oladeinde, Satish M. Kini, Carl Micarelli.


CJEU Annuls Relisting of Iranian Oil Company

European Union, Iran - December 15 2015 On 19 November 2015, the CJEU annulled the relisting of North Drilling Co. ("NDC") on the EU's Iran sanctions list in Case T-53914 North Drilling Co...

Konstantin Bureiko, Raj Krishnan, Sam Oladeinde, Satish M. Kini, Carl Micarelli.


US Terminates Liberia-Related Sanctions

USA, Liberia - December 15 2015 On 12 November 2015, President Obama signed an Executive Order terminating the sanctions aimed at members of the former Liberian regime of President...

Konstantin Bureiko, Raj Krishnan, Sam Oladeinde, Satish M. Kini, Carl Micarelli.