Topic: Russia-Ukraine conflict

DOJ charges individuals, companies for shipping military tech to Russia

In separate cases in Connecticut and New York, prosecutors filed charges against defendants for smuggling Venezuelan oil and selling US military technology, including a tool used for nuclear proliferation, to Russia.

20 October 2022

Lab equipment distributor gets two-year probation for undervaluing Russia, Ukraine shipments

Intertech Trading Corporation agreed to pay more than $140 thousand in fines and fees.

17 October 2022

Extreme Networks self-reports indirect sales to Russian arms company

A US technology company has uncovered indirect sales of $645,000 to a sanctioned company that builds weapons for the Russia military after receiving information from a news outlet.

13 October 2022

NCA arrest UK businessman over US sanctions charges

13 October 2022

DOJ charges UK businessman with helping Deripaska evade sanctions

The UK businessman, Graham Bonham-Carter, allegedly helped Deripaska maintain his US properties.

11 October 2022

Enforcement officials: UK faces uphill battle to enforce Russia sanctions

The heads of the UK’s civil sanctions enforcement agency and the Crown Prosecution Service have warned that legislative shortcomings and well-resourced oligarchs are undermining their efforts to enforce Russian sanctions.

11 October 2022

Sanctioned Russian businessman overturns French yacht seizure

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A French court has ordered the country’s customs agency to release an impounded superyacht owned by sanctioned Russian businessman Alexey Kuzmichev over due process errors during the seizure.

07 October 2022

US Supreme Court denies Deripaska’s request for review of sanctions case

The high court's denial comes shortly after the DOJ hit the Russian oligarch with criminal charges for evading sanctions imposed on him in 2018.

03 October 2022

Deripaska, alleged enablers hit with criminal sanctions evasion charges

The Russian national allegedly evaded US sanctions with the help of two employees to maintain his properties, arrange gift deliveries to friends, sell a California-based music studio and support his girlfriend as she gave birth to his child in the country.

30 September 2022

OFSI fines competition organiser for accepting Crimea wines

The UK's civil sanctions enforcer has issued a £30,000 penalty to the UK company behind an annual beverage competition in Hong Kong for breaching sanctions targeting a Russian state company.

27 September 2022

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