International Trade Enforcement Roundup – April 2023 Update

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You are reading the April 2023 Update of the Bass, Berry & Sims Enforcement Roundup, where we bring notable enforcement actions, policy changes, interesting news articles, and a bit of our insight to your inbox.

-We saw several notable Russia-related enforcement actions in April, with two centered on the associates of Russian oligarchs – one of whom was a New York-based lawyer. Also, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the fine for an Estonian entity that illegally attempted to re-export a jig grinder to Russia, and Microsoft was fined after alleged violations of several sanctions and export restrictions.

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