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General Counsel and In House Counsel Government

U.S. Economic Sanctions

The challenge for U.S. actors is how to comply with the law in the dynamic world of economic sanctions. This article tries to help by pointing out challenging (or “hot”) current issues and making suggestions about compliance strategies that in-house counsel can leverage to address the most challenging compliance issues.


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If you attend a conference at which U.S. government officials speak about economic sanctions, you will get an earful about national security, and exhortatory words about the importance of the international trade community as the front line in protecting national security. Strong rhetoric about the importance of making sure the most dangerous regimes and actors do not gain any succor from the U.S. economy. Emphasis on the need for U.S. entities that conduct international business to help fight the fight against terrorists, drug traffickers, weapons proliferators, cyber criminals and other global miscreants.

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