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US prosecutors want to stop ZTE from challenging the findings of a court in Texas that recently concluded a five-year case against the Chinese telecoms company for sanctions evasion and obstructing an investigation.
01 June 2022
The US’s civil sanctions enforcer imposed a $255,937 penalty on Banco Popular de Puerto Rico for processing over $853,000 worth of transactions on behalf of two Venezuelan government employees, in violation of US sanctions.
30 May 2022
European politicians want to bring in bloc-wide criminal penalties for evading European Union sanctions because current fines vary wildly from country to country. “It’s one that all lawyers, frankly, should be monitoring,” said one practitioner.
26 May 2022
The assistant secretary for export enforcement expanded on potential changes to the agency’s administrative enforcement arsenal, including its approach to penalties, charging letters, and no admit, no deny settlements.
17 May 2022
While the cryptocurrency sector is under an enforcement microscope amid sanctions on Russia, the industry feels it has an unfair target on its back.
13 May 2022
11 May 2022
In the latest counsel watch, the Ukrainian government has tapped a top DC sanctions lawyer to advise the country on Russian sanctions, and former executives at collapsed investment fund Archegos have recruited white-collar lawyers to help them fight civil and criminal fraud charges in New York.
03 May 2022
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