Feds Crack Down on Dealing with Russia

March 1, 2015Quotes & Mentions
Today’s General Counsel
As a result of sanctions, Americans now have limited ability to do business with certain sectors of the Russian economy, which include Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank. With more than $1.2 billion dollars in civil penalties assessed in 2014, it’s clear the Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control takes these sanction programs seriously. Dinsmore’s Harvey Cohen and Jerrad Howard delve into this issues for Today’s General Counsel.


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