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UK, France, Germany create INSTEX SPV to support trade with Iran

United Kingdom, European Union, France, Germany, Global, Iran - February 13 2019 On 31 January 2019, France, Germany and the United Kingdom (the "E3") announced the registration in France of INSTEX SAS ("Instrument for Supporting...

Jacquelyn MacLennan, Joseph Carroll, Sandra Jorgensen, Pierre Pêcheux, Emily Holland, Peter Chessick, Richard Burke, Sara Nordin, Fabienne Vermeeren, Genevra Forwood, James Killick, Cristina Brayton-Lewis, Stuart Willey, Charlotte Van Haute, Nicole Erb, Kristina Zissis, Claire A. DeLelle.


Tesco trial collapse highlights dangers of an early deferred prosecution agreement

United Kingdom - February 1 2019 On 6th December 2018, the trial of two Tesco executives accused of false Accounting collapsed. The judge concluded that the SFO's evidence, taken at...


EU sanctions Syrian and Russian parties involved in the use and proliferation of chemical weapons

Russia, Syria, European Union - January 24 2019 On 21 January 2019, the EU adopted the first sanctions measures under its new sanctions framework targeting parties involved in the use and...

Jacquelyn MacLennan, Joseph Carroll, Sandra Jorgensen, Pierre Pêcheux, Richard Burke, Sara Nordin, Fabienne Vermeeren, Genevra Forwood, James Killick, Cristina Brayton-Lewis, Stuart Willey, Charlotte Van Haute, Nicole Erb, Kristina Zissis, Claire A. DeLelle.


United States Fully Re-imposes Iran Sanctions and Expands Designations

USA, European Union, Iran - November 13 2018 On November 5, 2018, the United States re-imposed all remaining secondary sanctions on Iran that were previously lifted under the Joint Comprehensive...

Jacquelyn MacLennan, Joseph Carroll, Sandra Jorgensen, Margaret Spicer, Pierre Pêcheux, Richard Burke, Sara Nordin, Fabienne Vermeeren, Genevra Forwood, James Killick, Cristina Brayton-Lewis, Stuart Willey, Charlotte Van Haute, Nicole Erb, Kristina Zissis, Claire A. DeLelle.


The long arm of the law: Bribery and corruption enforcement investigations

USA, United Kingdom, Africa - September 27 2018 There is no doubt that corruption remains a serious issue in Africa, as it does worldwide. Successive governments have pledged its eradication, but it...

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