Navigating OFAC Ukraine-Related Sanctions: Meeting the Latest U.S. and EU Sanctions Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance for counsel to U.S. companies doing business in or with companies in Ukraine and Russia. The panel will discuss how to meet the latest and evolving sanctions requirements and ensure effective compliance with the increasingly tough Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and EU restrictions.
- U.S. sanctions related to Ukraine/Russia
- New sectoral and SDN sanctions
- How sanctions are evolving
- Impact of recent executive orders/licenses
- EU sanctions related to Ukraine/Russia
- Strategies for complying with sanctions
- Improving screening processes
- Receiving payments
- Blocking accounts
- Meeting requirements for exports and re-exports
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What new sanctions have been introduced by the United States and the European Union with respect to Ukraine and Russia?
- What business activities, if any, are permissible with respect to Ukraine and Russia?
- What steps can companies take to promote OFAC sanctions compliance with respect to Ukraine and Russia?
Barbara D. Linney
Miller & Chevalier Chartered
Ms. Linney advises U.S. and foreign clients across a broad spectrum of industries on international trade and business... | Read More
Ms. Linney advises U.S. and foreign clients across a broad spectrum of industries on international trade and business issues. She regularly advises clients on a wide-range of issues, including economic sanctions and trade embargoes administered by the OFAC and the U.S. Department of State; U.S. export and import controls imposed by the AECA and the ITAR; export controls imposed by the EAR; and FCPA and other anti-corruption legislation.Close
Dorsey & Whitney
Mr. Ward focuses on U.S. national security law, international trade compliance law and licensing. He helps clients... | Read More
Mr. Ward focuses on U.S. national security law, international trade compliance law and licensing. He helps clients involved in international trade comply with U.S. regulatory schemes in a cost-effective manner and implement compliance programs. He advises on compliance matters related to U.S. export controls and regularly prepares export license applications and classification requests and drafts export compliance policies and training programs.Close