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Universities and their faculty need always to be aware of export controls and sanctions which their research projects may be subject to or they may suffer severe penalties, writes Joseph D. Gustavus.
The U.S. Treasury has published an updated version to its Frequently Asked Questions (‘FAQs’) on the provision of insurance relating to Cuba.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s $232 million settlement and negotiated criminal plea with Schlumberger Holdings Ltd in March signalled a new approach to tackling sanctions violations. And it has ..
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Iran certainly stole the headlines, but other sanctions programmes continued to keep practitioners on their toes. Thad McBride and Cheryl Palmeri report.