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UK Sanctions After Brexit: Licensing and Exceptions

United Kingdom, European Union - May 9 2018 Under the current EU framework, Member States’ sanctions authorities (in the UK, that is OFSI2 and ECJU3), do not have a full discretion to licence...

Roger Matthews, Andrew Hood, Miriam Gonzalez.


Iran Sanctions - JCPOA in the Balance

Iran - April 24 2018 On 12 May 2018, US President Trump will decide whether or not to renew the US sanctions relief in relation to Iran. Declining to do so would put the...

Roger Matthews, Andrew Hood, Miriam Gonzalez, Jeremy B. Zucker, Darshak S. Dholakia.


Brexit Considerations for Business Contracts

United Kingdom, European Union - February 13 2018 With just over a year to Brexit, slated for 11.00pm on 29 March 2019, it is time to ensure that your house is in order contractually. By ensuring that...

Roger Matthews, Andrew Hood, Douglas L. Getter, Miriam Gonzalez.


The sanctions landscape: what to expect in 2018

USA, North Korea, Russia, United Kingdom, Venezuela, European Union, Iran - February 6 2018 In 2017 there were a number of major sanctions developments in the EU and the US, with implications for businesses both in terms of keeping their...

Roger Matthews, Andrew Hood, Miriam Gonzalez, Jeremy B. Zucker, Darshak S. Dholakia.


Brexit: Impact of 'No Deal' on Manufacturers and Importers

United Kingdom, European Union - January 13 2018 The European Commission has issued a Notice drawing attention to the legal ramifications of Brexit for industrial products placed on the EU-27 market...

Roger Matthews, Andrew Hood, Miriam Gonzalez.