Sanctions

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  • Crime International December 2014

    Newsletter

    Submitted: 18 December 2014

    This edition covers corruption, financial sanctions and EU transparency requirements, with articles from the UK, Germany, France, Hong Kong and China.

  • Corporate criminal liability in Germany?

    Article

    Submitted: 18 December 2014

    The debate over whether the criminal law should apply to the actions of companies has ratcheted up, following publication of a draft Corporate Penal Code.

  • Episode 420: Construction Breakfast Briefing: Time at large

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 13 August 2014

    Sarah Mather explains what happens in construction projects when liquidated damages do not apply to delay. This includes the strategies to adopt and what remedies are appropriate.

  • Deferred Prosecution Agreements – the UK Model Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 10 July 2014

    DPAs are available to UK prosecutors as a means of settling criminal charges against companies, but what will this mean for companies that discover wrongdoing?

  • EU Russian and Ukrainian sanctions regime Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 19 May 2014

    The fast moving situation in Ukraine means that many international companies will have to consider the impact of sanctions and ensure that they comply.

  • Construction Breakfast Briefing: Time at large Restricted access

    Seminar

    Submitted: 14 May 2014

    Sarah Mather, Supervising Associate at Simmons & Simmons, explains what happens in construction projects when liquidated damages do not apply to delay. This includes the strategies to adopt and what remedies are appropriate, with reference to common law and civil law jurisdictions.

  • Cutting off the Courts? - Contract sanctions Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 01 May 2014

    The UK government is considering adding to its sanctions toolkit to bar access to its courts to those contracting with people and companies subject to sanctions.

  • Ukraine: second round of sanctions Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 19 March 2014

    The US and EU have introduced a second round of economic sanctions in response to Russia’s intervention in Crimea.

  • Crime International March 2014 Restricted access

    Newsletter

    Submitted: 13 March 2014

    This edition covers corruption, financial sanctions and EU transparency requirements, with articles from the UK, the Netherlands, China, and Italy.

  • UK Government sued after Counter-terrorism Act Order is quashed Restricted access

    Article

    Submitted: 13 March 2014

    An order imposing financial sanctions on an Iranian Bank has been overturned by the UK’s Supreme Court, paving the way for a damages claim.

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