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Sanctions Roundup

Global, USA - April 14 2021 The first months of the Biden Administration signaled the new US President’s willingness to maintain sanctions pressure on China, even as a US court…

Paula Howell Anderson, Brian G. Burke, Jacob Fields, Stephen Fishbein, Jesse Van Genugten, Mark D. Lanpher, Christopher L. LaVigne, Danforth Newcomb, Cole Pritchett, Barnabas (Barney) Reynolds, Adam B. Schwartz.

UK Business Crime Forum 2021

United Kingdom - March 17 2021 Webinar In a world in which businesses face an ever-increasing compliance burden, the costs of failing to identify and manage business crime risks…

Simon Dodds, Thomas Donegan, Mathew Orr, Jonathan Swil.

UK business crime review 2021

United Kingdom, USA - February 28 2021 This is the second edition of UK Business Crime Review—an annual publication focused on the outcomes, trends and developments over the past 12 months…

Chris Collins, Simon Dodds, Thomas Donegan, Simon Letherman, James Matthews, Mathew Orr, Barnabas (Barney) Reynolds, Jonathan Swil.

Sanctions round up: Fourth Quarter 2020

China, Iran, North Korea, Russia, Venezuela - January 27 2021 The People's Republic of China remained at the forefront of U.S. sanctions developments during the final months of 2020 and early 2021, with the…

Paula Howell Anderson, Brian G. Burke, Jacob Fields, Stephen Fishbein, Jesse Van Genugten, Mark D. Lanpher, Christopher L. LaVigne, Danforth Newcomb, Cole Pritchett, Barnabas (Barney) Reynolds, Adam B. Schwartz, Katherine J. Stoller.

Treasury finalizes section 162(f) regulations on the deductibility of amounts paid to, or at the direction of, a governmental entity

USA - January 26 2021 On January 19, 2021, the U.S. Department of the Treasury (“Treasury”) and the Internal Revenue Service (the IRS) published final regulations under…

Richard Gagnon, Kristen M. Garry, Mark D. Lanpher, Todd Lowther, Michael B. Shulman, Nathan Tasso.