George Grammas’s presentation on “Strengthening Trade Compliance in Line with Recent Legislative Developments and Impacts to Controls via an Examination of Extraterritorial Applications, Order of Review, and Classification” is now available in our Learning Center, in which you can also find other training resources and information. Continue Reading
On May 28, 2019, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., a Chinese telecommunications company, and its US-based affiliate, Huawei Technologies USA, Inc. (collectively “Huawei”), filed a Motion for Summary Judgment. (See Plaintiffs’ Motion for Summary Judgment, Huawei Technologies USA, Inc. et al v. United States of America, et al, No. 4-19-cv-159-ALM (E.D. Tex. filed May 28, 2019) (hereinafter Mot. Summ. J.).) Continue Reading
By now, avid watchers can agree that Prime Minister May’s resignation will further complicate the already-complex Brexit landscape. Her tenure in office had been looking increasingly challenged for some time. The immediate trigger for her resignation was her final attempt to get her Brexit deal done, which included the offer of the possibility of a further referendum. This proved more than her party could accept, and the party would have forced her out of office had she not agreed to resign. Continue Reading
Our Brexit team resides on both sides of the Atlantic and has multifaceted expertise to help you with any aspect of your Brexit planning and preparation. We have sectoral and subject expertise, backed by political and legal understanding and technical ability for in-depth analysis, which together can ensure you are properly informed and prepared for any Brexit scenario and post-Brexit transition.
Following our recent webinar, our Moscow Team prepared an analysis of a draft Russian legislation that would prohibit media communications that reveal non-compliance with sanctions or facilitate imposition of sanctions and would also impose criminal penalties on those that disclose or transfer information to organizations “directly or indirectly” under the control of an “unfriendly state”, any company organized under the laws of an “unfriendly state”, and persons affiliated with such organizations if such transfer or disclosure leads to the imposition or expansion of sanctions. Continue reading to learn what the bill could mean for businesses based in Russia and elsewhere.
Here are some additional sanctions, anticorruption and compliance related content from us that may interest you:
Our webinar with Lexology to discuss the evolving anti-corruption, sanctions landscapes with respect to the US and Russia and resources for companies to strengthen compliance is set for May 16, 2019 from 9:30 to 10:30 am EDT. Continue Reading
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Please mark your calendar for the upcoming three-day US export controls workshops sponsored by our International Trade Practice with EGADD and Rolls Royce – this year in Winchester, UK. Trade Practitioner George Grammas will once again present on export controls topics and host workshops.