THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 78, April 2019

Take two!

A recent case confirms that the successful court challenge of an economic sanctions listing does not prevent re-listing for other reasons even where factual circumstances are unchanged, write Yohan..

A recent case confirms that the successful court challenge of an economic sanctions listing does not prevent re-listing for other reasons even where factual circumstances are unchanged, write Yohan Benizri, Sven de Knop and Alessandra Moroni.   The Court of Justice of the European Union (‘Court of Justice’) confirmed, by its judgment of 29 November 2018 (‘NITC II’),1 that successfully challenging the inclusion of an individual on EU economic sanctions lists does not necessarily prevent the EU from subsequently relisting that individual. Even where factual circumstances are unchanged, the EU is permitted to relist an individual on the basis of...

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