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US prosecutors have accused two businessmen of facilitating sanctions evasion by helping a sanctioned Russian “obfuscate” his ownership of a $90 million motor yacht.
23 January 2023
17 October 2022
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
OFAC issued new guidance for businesses supplying “instant payment systems” after finding that Tango Card committed thousands of potential sanctions breaches, racking up a maximum penalty of $9.2 billion.
03 October 2022
A Georgia Tech professor accused of helping ZTE commit alleged visa fraud says prosecutors obtained a search warrant using the testimony of a disgruntled student who’d threatened to kill Chinese academics.
20 July 2022
The anti-fraud agency announced it raided three business sites as part of its probe, days after it received criticism for its dwindling number of searches in recent years.
24 February 2022
18 January 2022
The European Court of Human Rights has found that Estonia’s legal system lacks crucial protections regarding the legal professional privilege of lawyers under investigation.
17 November 2021
“Clients just won’t have confidence in speaking to their attorney; the whole point of having an attorney-client relationship will just die,” said one white-collar lawyer.
26 October 2021
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