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Sanctions Round Up: Fourth Quarter 2017

by Shearman & Sterling LLP on

Headlines from the final months of 2017 included the signing of a new executive order with global anti-corruption implications; new guidance on the Trump Administration’s approach to Russia sanctions under CAATSA; tightening...more

Sanctions Updates: Cuba, North Korea, Russia, Sudan, Venezuela

by Michael Volkov on

Sanctions compliance is challenging because of the changing nature of sanctions regulations and individuals identified as Specially Designated Nationals. With each new administration, foreign policy priorities are usually...more

U.S. Sanctions Developments in the Trump Administration

by BakerHostetler on

The Trump Administration has been active on the sanctions front as a means of asserting United States foreign policy and national security interests. Congress has also taken an increasingly active and direct role of late,...more

Sudan Now Open For Business, But Risks Remain

On October 12, 2017, the United States made permanent its lifting of a longtime general embargo on trade and investment with Sudan. As a result, U.S. individuals and companies are now generally free to engage in transactions...more

Status of Key U.S. Sanction Programs

by Miller Canfield on

Recently, many revisions to U.S. sanction programs (both implemented and under consideration) have been the topic of much public discussion. Often, the legal status or these revisions may be difficult to determine....more

Red Notice Newsletter - October 2017

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS – Global Compliance Overhaul for SAP as DOJ and SEC Investigate Payments Allegedly Related to South African Government Contracts – On October 26, 2017, German software company SAP SE...more

Sudan Sanctions Revocation Formalized, But Compliance Challenges Remain

by Baker Donelson on

On October 12, 2017, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) revoked certain parts of its economic sanctions regime with respect to Sudan and the Government of Sudan. OFAC issued a General License...more

Another Market Opens: U.S. Revokes Sudanese Sanctions Program Though Important Limitations Remain in Place

Effective October 12, 2017, the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations (SSR) have been revoked in recognition of the Government of Sudan’s (GOS) sustained positive actions in stopping conflict and improving humanitarian access in...more

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

by Bryan Cave on

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

Comprehensive Embargo on Sudan Lifted, Although Some Restrictions Remain

by K&L Gates LLP on

Effective October 12, the Trump administration revoked the U.S. embargo on Sudan in accordance with Executive Order 13761 (Jan. 13, 2017) and Executive Order 13804 (July 11, 2017). As a result of this action, Sudan and the...more

U.S. Lifts Sudan Sanctions

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

On October 12, 2017, the United States lifted its general commercial embargo on Sudan. Because Sudan has played a role in international terrorism, the U.S. has maintained a comprehensive embargo against Sudan since 1997....more

Sudan Sanctions Lifted

by Goodwin on

Effective October 12, 2017, U.S. sanctions against Sudan have been lifted. U.S. persons are no longer prohibited from engaging in most transactions involving Sudan and the government of Sudan....more

United States Eases Sudan Sanctions

by White & Case LLP on

After 20 years of comprehensive sanctions against Sudan, the US government has revoked most sanctions with respect to Sudan and the Government of Sudan effective October 12, 2017. As a result of this action, US persons1 are...more

Trump Administration Lifts U.S. Sanctions on Sudan; Important Limitations Remain

Based on certain State Department findings, effective October 12, 2017, long-standing U.S. sanctions on the Republic of Sudan administered by OFAC under the Sudan Sanctions Regulations will be terminated, and U.S. persons...more

Not out of the woods yet: What the lifting of Sudan sanctions means for businesses and non-profits

by Hogan Lovells on

Yesterday, on October 12, 2017, the U.S. permanently revoked most sanctions against Sudan. This lifting represents the completion of a process that began in January 2017, and was extended in July 2017. ...more

US lifts most sanctions on Sudan—but key controls and heightened concerns remain

by Dentons on

On October 12, 2017, the United States lifted its general commercial embargo on Sudan, removing sanctions that had prohibited US Persons from engaging in or facilitating most transactions involving Sudan or its government....more

United States Revokes Sanctions on Sudan; Some Restrictions Remain in Place

by Jones Day on

On October 6, 2017, the United States announced that, effective October 12, 2017, it will substantially revoke sanctions on Sudan and the Government of Sudan in recognition of the Government of Sudan's sustained positive...more

US Revokes Sudan Sanctions

On October 6, 2017, President Donald Trump and the U.S. Department of State announced the revocation of economic sanctions on Sudan, following the temporary lifting of sanctions on January 17, 2017. The announcement concluded...more

Official Notice: TPS For Sudan To Terminate On November 2, 2018

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

DHS published the official announcement in the Federal Register terminating TPS for Sudan as of November 2, 2018. ...more

U.S. Announces Revocation of Sudanese Sanctions Regulations: New Opportunities and Familiar Risks

by Ropes & Gray LLP on

On October 6, 2017, the United States government announced that, effective October 12th, the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations (“SSR”) would be officially revoked. The October 6th announcement marked the culmination of a...more

United States Lifts Sanctions and Ends 20-Year-Old Embargo Against Sudan

by Reed Smith on

Following a 16-month diplomatic effort, on October 6, 2017, the U.S. government announced that it will terminate the vast majority of economic sanctions against Sudan. The revocation, which will be effective on October 12,...more

U.S. embargo on Sudan permanently lifted, but some restrictions remain

by Kelley Drye & Warren LLP on

On October 6, 2017, the State Department announced that the U.S. would permanently lift the embargo on Sudan effective October 12, 2017. The decision comes 10 months after President Obama lifted the embargo on an interim...more

UPDATE: President Trump Issues New Travel Ban for Eight Countries, Ends Temporary Protection for Sudanese

The White House has announced its newest executive order on immigration, placing travel bans and restrictions on seven countries in Africa, the Middle East, the Persian Gulf, and Asia.  In a separate decision, President Trump...more

DHS Updates Temporary Protected Status For Sudan And South Sudan

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Sudan will terminate in 12 months on November 2, 2018, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke announced on September 18, 2017. TPS is terminated when DHS determines that the...more

Red Notice Newsletter - Chinese

ANTICORRUPTION DEVELOPMENTS - U.K. Opens Corruption Investigation of Rio Tinto over Guinea Operations - On July 24, 2017, the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced that it had opened an investigation...more

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