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Banking Litigation cases to watch in 2019

United Kingdom - February 11 2019 There are a number of high profile banking cases coming to the High Court and appellate courts later this year. Here is our summary of a few key...

Piers Elliott.

Iran sanctions re-imposed: What you need to know

USA, European Union, Iran - November 12 2018 On November 5, 2018, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took a number of steps to complete the re-imposition of...

Stephanie Brown Cripps, Kimberly Zelnick, Farid Sigari-Majd, Dr. Amir-Said Ghassabeh, Stephan Denk, Lukas Bauer, Nabeel Yousef, Alexander Dmitrenko, William Robinson.

The EU responds: Can the EU Blocking Regulation protect EU-Iran business from renewed US sanctions?

USA, European Union, Iran - May 24 2018 On 18 May 2018, the European Commission announced a series of measures aimed at protecting the Iran-related business interests of European companies...

Stephanie Brown Cripps, Kimberly Zelnick, Farid Sigari-Majd, Dr. Amir-Said Ghassabeh, Stephan Denk, Lukas Bauer, Nabeel Yousef, Daniel Lawrence.

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

USA, Russia - 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...

Stephanie Brown Cripps, Kimberly Zelnick, Stephan Denk, Lukas Bauer, Nabeel Yousef, Benito Romano, Daniel Lawrence.

Keep calm and carry on choosing English law: Some Brexit myths debunked

United Kingdom, European Union - December 14 2017 English law is widely regarded as the law of choice for parties entering into cross-border contracts. First and foremost it is stable and predictable...

Oliver Marsden, Nigel Rawding.