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With the departure of Ryan Fayhee and Roy Liu, Hughes Hubbard is promoting a partner and a counsel to lead its sanctions practice as it aims to boost collaboration between the firm’s investigations and sanctions experts.
14 July 2023
G7 members issued a joint statement saying they are coming together to fight corruption in Ukraine with a task force.
07 July 2023
Two former board members who left a major Russian bank in protest against the invasion of Ukraine argue that the State Department and the Department of the Treasury violated their due process by unnecessarily delaying their petition to be removed from the sanctions list.
21 June 2023
The DOJ, SEC and New York’s state financial regulator continue to investigate the bank.
19 June 2023
A former Treasury official said individuals fighting their sanctions designations are likely to face disfavourable courts, among other challenges.
25 May 2023
The deputy attorney general testified before top US lawmakers on Wednesday regarding the DOJ’s efforts to hold Russia accountable for the war in Ukraine.
19 April 2023
One of the architects of a proposed law to force the UK government to create a new way of seizing Russian state assets to use for Ukraine’s reconstruction has told GIR that the effort is vital for the survival of her homeland.
13 April 2023
On the same day it announced the arrest, the DOJ said it had succeeded in getting a judge to order forfeiture of more than $800,000 used in a separate illegal scheme to ship a “jig grinder” to Russia.
05 April 2023
The Justice Department announced the newly created position as part of a broader surge of resources toward national security enforcement.
20 March 2023
Ahead of the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo said the US along with its EU and G7 allies would renew efforts to punish sanctions evaders.
21 February 2023
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