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BIS Issues Expansive New Rules Targeting China

China, USA - October 17 2022 On October 7, 2022, in a move that was hailed by senior U.S. government officials as a paradigm shift in U.S. export controls policy toward China…

Evan Abrams, Alexandra E.P. Baj, Ali Burney, Jordan Cannon, Brian J. Fleming, Jack R. Hayes, Peter Edward Jeydel, Ryan Pereira, Meredith Rathbone, Martin Willner, Wendy Wysong, Bo Yue

What US financial institutions need to know about FinCEN’s Russian sanctions evasion and ransomware guidance

Russia, USA - March 15 2022 On March 7, 2022, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) of the US Department of the Treasury published guidance (Guidance) for US…

Evan Abrams, Jack R. Hayes, David M. Stetson, Nicholas Turner

Biden administration imposes sweeping financial sanctions, Export Controls after Russian invasion of Ukraine

Russia, USA - February 27 2022 The United States government has continued to impose numerous economic sanctions and export controls measures following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine…

Alexandra E.P. Baj, Jack R. Hayes, Nicholas Kimbrell, Meredith Rathbone, David M. Stetson, Martin Willner, Wendy Wysong

White House announces first sanctions after Russia enters Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions

Global, Russia, USA - February 22 2022 On February 21, 2022, the White House issued a new Executive Order (EO) imposing comprehensive sanctions on the disputed Donetsk and Luhansk regions…

Alexandra E.P. Baj, Jack R. Hayes, Meredith Rathbone, David M. Stetson, Nicholas Turner, Wendy Wysong

Preparing for new russia-related sanctions and Export Controls

Russia, USA - January 31 2022 Economic sanctions and export controls will form a core part of any multilateral response to an escalation of Russia’s military actions targeting…

Alexandra E.P. Baj, Meredith Rathbone, David M. Stetson, Nicholas Turner, Wendy Wysong