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Ransomware sanctions and the U.S. Government's latest strategy to address cyber threats

USA - September 23 2021 The decision to pay millions to a cyber criminal has never been easy, but it is now even more complex. The U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of…

Anthony V. Capobianco, Brian P. Curran, Aleksandar Dukic, Gregory Lisa, Scott T. Loughlin, Peter Marta, Paul Otto, Beth Peters, Stephen F. Propst, Jacob Wall

Proposed rule seeks to significantly strengthen U.S. Government “Buy American” requirements

USA - August 3 2021 On 30 July 2021, the FAR Council published a proposed rule to significantly strengthen “Buy American” requirements applicable to goods sold to the U.S…

Adam Berry, William Crawford, William F. Ferreira, Stacy M. Hadeka, H. Deen Kaplan, Craig Lewis, Warren H. Maruyama, Michael F. Mason, Chandri Navarro, Allison Pugsley, Michael J. Scheimer, Kelly Ann Shaw, Jonathan T. Stoel, Jared R. Wessel

Biden Administration supports waiver of WTO IP rights for COVID-19: Next steps for innovators

Global, USA - May 11 2021 On 5 May 2021, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced that the Biden Administration would support India and South Africa’s request for a…

Alice Valder Curran, Nitya Anand, Celine Crowson, Meredith Manning, Warren H. Maruyama, Kelly Ann Shaw, Jonathan T. Stoel, Joy Sturm

Biden Administration sanctions target Russian technology and defense sectors and Russian sovereign debt

Russia, USA - April 21 2021 On 15 April 2021, the U.S. Government announced a number of new sanctions measures against Russia, targeting a variety of “harmful foreign activities”…

Adam Berry, Lindsay Brown, Julia Diaz, Aleksandar Dukic, Ari Fridman, Beth Peters, Ashley E. Roberts, Deborah Wei

BIS targets companies involved in Chinese military research and devel

USA - April 9 2021 The U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security has added seven Chinese entities to the Entity List. This rule is effective 8 April…

Adam Berry