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New Law Marks Significant Increase in US Sanctions on Russia, Stays the Course on Iran, North Korea

USA - August 4 2017 On August 2, 2017, President Donald Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (the Act), which significantly...

Jamie L. Boucher, Eytan J. Fisch.


UK Tracks OFAC Model in Issuing Guidance on Monetary Penalties for Breaches of Financial Sanctions

United Kingdom - April 25 2017 As previously reported, the Policing and Crime Act 2017 (the Act) introduced a series of major changes to the U.K. Financial sanctions regime. The...

Elizabeth Robertson, Jamie L. Boucher, Ryan D. Junck, Eytan J. Fisch.


US Announces Record-Setting Penalties for Violations of Export Controls and Economic Sanctions

USA - March 9 2017 On March 7, 2017, the United States announced that China's Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation and ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications Ltd...

Luke A. Meisner, Jamie L. Boucher, Ryan D. Junck, Nathaniel Bolin, Ondrej Chvosta, Eytan J. Fisch, Keith D. Krakaur, Steve Kwok, Bradley A. Klein.


The Trump Impact: Key Issues in Financial Services Reform for 2017

USA - January 28 2017 The Trump administration has provided few specifics regarding its plans for financial regulatory reform. But Republican control of the executive and...

Sven G. Mickisch, Marcel T. Rosner, Collin P. Janus, Brian D. Christiansen, David C. Ingles.


Future of Sanctions on Iran, Russia and Cuba Uncertain Under Trump

Cuba, Iran, Russia, USA - January 28 2017 Throughout the eight years of the Obama administration, the development and implementation of economic sanctions was a key element of U.S. foreign and...

Jamie L. Boucher, Eytan J. Fisch.