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Despite Revocation of Sudanese Sanctions, Considerations Remain for Those Dealing With Sudan (IRB No. 568)

Effective October 12, 2017, the U.S. Government has revoked its sanctions against Sudan that were established in Executive Orders 13067 and 13412 and removed a number of Sudanese entities from the SDN List. The revocation...more

U.S. Sanctions Update: U.S. Expands Sanctions on North Korea (IRB No. 566)

On September 20, 2017, President Trump issued Executive Order 13810 setting forth measures intended to further isolate North Korea through the imposition of additional sanctions on North Korean persons and on persons doing...more

The New Sanctions Law: Does It Really Change Much? (IRB No. 564)

President Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (the CAATS Act) on August 2, 2017. The CAATS Act impacts sanctions related to Russia, Iran and North Korea....more

Significant Changes to US Sanctions Against Sudan Opens the Door for New Opportunities (IRB No. 561)

Catching many by surprise, President Obama issued an Executive Order on Friday, January 13, 2017, which provides for the lifting of sanctions against Sudan in six months. In addition, OFAC published on Tuesday (January 17,...more

With the New Definitions Rules from Commerce and State, Do You Need to Change Your Export Compliance Program? (IRB No. 555)

The long-awaited definitions rules have finally arrived as part of Export Control Reform. But wait, they’re not all there—the definitions, that is. While Commerce addressed essentially all of the items included in its last...more

Easy Come, Easy Go: Latest Developments in US Sanctions

Making regular updates to policies and procedures related to international trade compliance has always been an important aspect of ensuring their effectiveness, and particularly in light of the myriad changes to various U.S....more

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