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New US sanctions on Russian oligarchs, officials, and businesses: What’s different now?

Russia, USA - April 12 2018 On Friday, April 6, the United States Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added 38 Russian oligarchs, officials, and…

Lukas Bauer, Stephanie Brown Cripps, Stephan Denk, Daniel Lawrence, Sarah Parkes, Nabeel Yousef, Kimberly Zelnick.

New guidance intended to clarify when DOJ will decline to prosecute companies in FCPA cases

USA - January 10 2018 New Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) guidance issued late last year by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) has…

Daniel Cendan, Olivia Radin, Adam Siegel, John K. Warren, Kimberly Zelnick.

What Happens to the Iran Deal Now?

Iran - October 16 2017 On October 13, 2017, as part of his administration's new Iran strategy, US President Donald Trump declined to recertify the Joint Comprehensive Plan…

Lukas Bauer, Stephanie Brown Cripps, Stephan Denk, Farid Sigari-Majd, Nabeel Yousef, Kimberly Zelnick.

The new US sanctions on North Korea and China’s response: Top 5 takeaways

USA - September 25 2017 On September 21, 2017 President Trump issued Executive Order No. 13810 (the new Executive Order), which introduces new US sanctions in response to…

Stephanie Brown Cripps, Stephan Denk, Sarah Parkes, William Robinson, Nabeel Yousef, Kimberly Zelnick.

Russia, Iran, and North Korea: Practical Implications of the New US Sanctions Law

Iran, North Korea, Russia, USA - August 7 2017 Earlier this week, on August 2, 2017, the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA or the Act) was signed into law by President…

Sylvia Noury, Lukas Bauer, Stephanie Brown Cripps, Stephan Denk, Daniel Lawrence, Sarah Parkes, Nabeel Yousef, Kimberly Zelnick.