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Crowell & Moring’s global economic sanctions team leverages its experience from government, industry, and as outside counsel to provide comprehensive and practical advice on every aspect of compliance with the ever-changing nature of international sanctions regimes.  We work in partnership with our multinational clients in order to ensure they have a robust and up-to-date compliance program – along with efficient business practices designed to address a myriad of complex and often conflicting sanctions programs.  With major changes announced recently with respect to sanctions on Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, and more than two dozen overlapping, and occasionally conflicting, current sanctions programs in the United States and Europe, compliance is an ever-present challenge. 

Export controls present significant challenges and compliance risks for global companies. These regulations apply to transfers of goods, technology, software, and other products and services to non-U.S. destinations as well as to non-U.S. nationals present within the United States. These controls are far-reaching, extending to direct transfers of goods, technology, software, and services, including some U.S. "reexports." Multiple export control regimes create complex compliance obligations with practical and commercial implications for businesses, including inventory management and shipping delay challenges.

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Latinvex Names Crowell & Moring as One of Latin America’s Top Law Firms of 2020 (Dec.06.2019)
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Crowell & Moring Partner Ian Laird Recognized Among Latinvex’s "Top 100 Lawyers" (Feb.28.2019)
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"PODCAST: The State of Play in Venezuela," International Trade Bulletin (February 14, 2019). Contact: Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
"All or Nothing? OFAC Adds PDVSA to the SDN List," International Trade Bulletin (January 30, 2019). Contacts: David (Dj) Wolff, Eduardo Mathison
Client Alert/Newsletter
"Beat by Beat: Latin America Is Headed Toward a Digital Health Transformation," Regulatory Alert (January 28, 2019). Contacts: Jodi G. Daniel, Robert Holleyman, Maya Uppaluru, Patricia L. Wu, Clark Jennings
Client Alert/Newsletter
Crowell & Moring's Cari Stinebower & Ashley Riveira Recognized Among Latinvex’s "Top 100 Female Lawyers" in 2018 (Jun.01.2018)
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"Summit of the Americas Concludes: What Happened that Matters to Business?," (April 20, 2018). Contacts: Patricia L. Wu, Andrew Blasi, Eduardo Mathison
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DEAL NOTE: Crowell & Moring Represents Pacific Solar Energy in Development of Solar Project in Honduras (Apr.12.2018)
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"The Month in International Trade – March 2018," International Trade Bulletin (April 11, 2018). Contacts: Jeffrey L. Snyder, Frances P. Hadfield, Edward Goetz, Carlton Greene, Ian A. Laird, Eduardo Mathison, David (Dj) Wolff, John B. Brew, Wing Cheung, Alexander H. Schaefer, Robert L. LaFrankie
Client Alert/Newsletter
"2018 Progress Report on Code of Ethics Implementation by Medical Device Industry Associations," 3rd Meeting of the Inter-American Coalition for Business Ethics in the Medical Technology Sector, São Paulo, Brazil (April 9, 2018). Presenter: Andrew Blasi.
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