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In the second of a two-part article exploring U.S. re-export rules, Kevin DiBartolo describes the impact of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (‘ITAR’) and the regulations administered..
Settlement agreed after major oil company allegedly violated sanctions on Iran, Cuba, and Sudan.
The impact of U.S. re-export rules is considerable, for they hold that some U.S. products – and non-U.S. products containing U.S. content – remain subject to the jurisdiction of the United States..
When Nokia sought to acquire France’s Alcatel-Lucent it found that two Cuban Sanctioned Persons were among the target’s shareholders. Michal Berkner and Scott Simpson explain how the company..