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The impact of U.S. export controls and economic sanctions on universities

The impact of U.S. export controls and economic sanctions on universities

Issue 46, December 2015

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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.

OFAC and BIS further relax Cuba restrictions

OFAC and BIS further relax Cuba restrictions

January 2016

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Changes affect non-agricultural export trade financing and travel and related services.

New U.S. guidance on providing Cuba-related insurance

New U.S. guidance on providing Cuba-related insurance

January 2016

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The U.S. Treasury has published an updated version to its Frequently Asked Questions (‘FAQs’) on the provision of insurance relating to Cuba.

‘Facilitation’: A new tool for extra-territorial sanctions enforcement?

‘Facilitation’: A new tool for extra-territorial sanctions enforcement?

Issue 45, November 2015

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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 ..

Talking export controls with Kathleen Palma

Talking export controls with Kathleen Palma

Issue 45, November 2015

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Non-U.S. banks hit with sanctions fines

Non-U.S. banks hit with sanctions fines

Issue 45, November 2015

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U.S. revises Cuba sanctions regulations to further normalise trade with Cuba

U.S. revises Cuba sanctions regulations to further normalise trade with Cuba

Issue 44, October 2015

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Keeping up the pace: U.S. sanctions post a busy second quarter

Keeping up the pace: U.S. sanctions post a busy second quarter

Issue 43, September 2015

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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.

Australian HSBC branch feels the lash of U.S. law

Australian HSBC branch feels the lash of U.S. law

Issue 43, September 2015

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Cuba no longer a state sponsor of terror

Cuba no longer a state sponsor of terror

Issue 42, July/August 2015

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