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Medical Device Company Settles with OFAC on Iran Sanctions Charges

USA, Iran - June 28 2016 After an uncharacteristic lull in the release of enforcement notices, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)...

Brenda A. Jacobs, Barbara Broussard, Andrew W. Shoyer.

Obama Administration Eases Sanctions Further in Advance of Trip to Cuba: More Opportunities for U.S. Businesses in Cuba?

USA, Cuba - March 16 2016 In advance of President Obama's historic visit to Havana next week, the Obama administration announced yesterday the easing of yet another set of...

Jan Yves N. Remy, Carlos A. Rodriguez, Alyssa A. Grikscheit, Andrew W. Shoyer.

United States and European Union Lift Sanctions to Implement Iran Nuclear Deal

USA, European Union, Iran - January 19 2016 On Saturday, January 16, 2016, the United States, the European Union and Iran announced the arrival of "Implementation Day" under the Iran nuclear...

Lana Muranovic, Sven De Knop, Yohan Benizri.

OFAC issues Cyber-Related Sanctions Regulations

USA - January 6 2016 In the aftermath of the cyber attack on the Office of Personnel Management and the significant loss of corporate intellectual property, the U.S...

Alan Charles Raul, Barbara Broussard, David A. Simon, Edward R. McNicholas.

United States Repeals Ban on Export of Crude Oil

USA - January 4 2016 For the first time in 40 years, U.S. companies may export U.S. crude oil to most locations without an export license from the Department of Commerce...

Lana Muranovic, Jim Rice, Andrew W. Shoyer.