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Jones Day | USA | 20 Jun 2022

Do We Need A Domestic Terrorism Statute?

After the tragic May 14 mass shooting at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket, lawmakers and law enforcement agencies are searching for ways to prevent…
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Crowell & Moring LLP | Russia, Ukraine, USA | 20 Apr 2022

What Designating Russia as a State Sponsor of Terrorism Would Mean

According to recent reports, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy has directly requested that the United States designate Russia as a State Sponsor of…
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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 2 Feb 2022

Ontario court awards C$107 million against Iran for Ukraine International Airlines crash

The Superior Court of Justice of Ontario has awarded C$107 million to family members of six passengers who died on Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS 752 after the aircraft was shot down by Iranian armed forces in January 2020. This decision represents the first time that a Canadian court has awarded damages for loss of life caused by terrorism.
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Tenet Compliance & Litigation Limited | United Kingdom | 2 Sep 2021

The Secret Ingredient: Improving Your Food Fraud Prevention Planning

A recent analysis conducted by The Guardian found that 36% of more than 9000 seafood samples from restaurants, fishmongers and supermarkets in more…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, etc. | 22 Jul 2021

Anti-money laundering: key compliance updates (9 – 22 Jul)

New plans by the UK and EU to strengthen their AML and CTF regimes, China updates its AML law, Italy issues guidance on AML risk mitigation, and the UK publishes guidance on SARs – plus enforcement actions around the world and other key anti-money laundering updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Belgium, etc. | 8 Jul 2021

Anti-money laundering: key compliance updates (25 Jun – 8 Jul)

FinCEN announces new AML priorities for the US, FATF updates its jurisdictions of AML and CTF concern, a new AML initiative in Belgium, and the UK FCA cracks down on virtual assets – plus enforcement actions around the world and other key anti-money laundering updates.
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Lexology PRO | Africa, Asia-Pacific, Austria, etc. | 23 Jun 2021

Anti-corruption: key compliance updates (8 – 23 Jun)

A new law preventing foreign sanctions on China, FINTRAC’s key indicators to detect terrorist financing in Canada, a new EU Dual-Use Regulation, and a call for corruption to be sanctioned, and how to determine EU nexus – plus enforcement actions around the world and other key anti-corruption updates.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, China, European Union, etc. | 22 Jun 2021

Compliance management: key updates (16 – 22 Jun)

Updates to the AML/CTF regimes in Australia and Hong Kong and the UK’s modern slavery legislation, new UK ESG guidance and post-Brexit data protection reforms, China’s new data security law and Turkey’s medical devices regulation – plus other key compliance management updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Belarus, etc. | 18 Jun 2021

Compliance forecast: What’s on the horizon for in-house teams? (June 2021)

A look at what is on the horizon for in-house and compliance teams including key compliance considerations around COVID-19 and the workplace, emerging technology risks, upcoming legislation and regulations, and top priorities for regulators around the world.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Central & South America, China, etc. | 11 Jun 2021

US lawmakers launch anti-corruption bid

A bipartisan group of lawmakers have joined forces to pursue a series of reforms aimed at combatting foreign corruption. “Our timing could not be better,” said one US House representative.
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