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Sanctions and the maritime industry - Overview of OFAC and OFSI advisory notes

USA - August 5 2020 In this first in a series of articles on sanctions and the maritime industry, we provide an overview of the recent advisory notes issued by OFAC and...

John Keough.

Sanctions and the Maritime industry

USA, United Kingdom - July 27 2020 2020 has seen the maritime industry move to the front and centre of the increasing focus of sanctions enforcement bodies on the role that seaborne...

Chris Hill.

UK Uses Post-Brexit Sanctions Powers to impose Magnitsky-style sanctions

United Kingdom, European Union - July 7 2020 The UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, has announced on 6 July 2020 that the UK will implement sanctions on 49 persons (47 individuals and two...

Nigel Brook, Chris Hill.

UK Uses Post-Brexit Sanctions Powers to impose Magnitsky-style sanctions

United Kingdom, European Union - July 7 2020 The UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, has announced on 6 July 2020 that the UK will implement sanctions on 49 persons (47 individuals and two...

Nigel Brook, Chris Hill.

Court of Appeal: US secondary sanctions can be a “mandatory provision of law” in English Contract

United Kingdom - July 3 2020 The Court of Appeal of England & Wales has interpreted a contractual clause in an English law facility agreement stating that the borrower would not...

Nigel Brook, Chris Hill.