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The US sanctions agency is facing criticism from private sector lawyers about its slow response to licensing and enforcement matters.
07 January 2022
In announcing the hire, Miller & Chevalier’s international department chair cited Daniel Solomon’s “deep insight into China's legal and business environments”.
04 January 2022
OFAC said the online travel services company rushed into opening operations in Cuba without a sufficiently tailored compliance programme.
03 January 2022
OFAC said the case “highlights the need for proper coordination of compliance efforts and actions across various departments and business units within a financial institution”.
03 January 2022
The ruling provides a few more clues to companies about how to cut ties with Iranian entities without getting successfully sued, and suggests that the EU blocking statute doesn't block much when it comes to US sanctions.
21 December 2021
A former US Treasury Department official described the ruling as “monumental”.
14 December 2021
Brian Nelson, the Treasury Department’s new under secretary of terrorism and financial intelligence, is the first person to fill the position on a permanent basis in almost two years.
03 December 2021
The brother of Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić, who is serving a life sentence for genocide, has launched a legal campaign in the US to remove sanctions that he says have caused him “severe harm”.
24 November 2021
Christian Ford moves to DLA Piper after serving as a senior DOJ official.
22 November 2021
Denmark’s financial regulator has said that Danske Bank has inadequate sanctions screening and monitoring processes.
17 November 2021
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