Overview

Economic sanctions and export controls are restrictions set by governments on a wide-range of transactions involving specific countries, regions, entities, or persons. The United States has been playing a significant role in developing a multilateral national security response to Russia's military actions and additional aggressions in Ukraine. Wiley’s Sanctions and Export Controls Resource Center provides regular updates on the latest U.S. government restrictions that impact American and global businesses. Contact our Sanctions and Export Controls Team for any inquiries.

Insights

ALERT | JUNE 29, 2022

Biden Administration Adds Economic Measures Against Russia During G7 Meeting – New Tariffs, Gold Import Restrictions, Sanctions and Export Designations

PODCAST | JUNE 15, 2022

Freedom Fund: Looking Towards a Financial NATO

event | may 20, 2022

SCG Legal 2022 Midyear Meeting: The Impact of Russia Sanctions

event | may 12, 2022

The Bipartisan Policy Center: The Future of the World Trade Organization

Alert | may 11, 2022

New U.S. Sanctions and Export Restrictions Target Professional Services and Russia’s Media, Banking, Defense, and Industrial Sectors

Alert | April 12, 2022

Biden Administration Increases Sanctions, Export Control Restrictions Amid Russia’s Continued Aggression in Ukraine

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MEDIA MENTION | April 11, 2022

Contractors Feel Impact Of Russia Trade Disruptions

MEDIA MENTION | April 11, 2022

Former BIS official: China will violate export controls on Russia. Can the U.S. catch it?

event | April 11, 2022

Negotiable Hostilities - Part III: Doing Business with Russia in the Current Crisis

Alert | April 7, 2022

UPDATE: Senate and House Pass Bill Suspending Normal Trade Relations with Russia

Alert | April 5, 2022

Treasury, Commerce Target Russia’s Tech Sector, Defense Industrial Base

Media Mention | March 28, 2022

Another potential casualty of Ukraine war: global tech standards

EVENT | MARCH 24, 2022

2022 Wiley National Security Series: The Latest on Economic Sanctions and Export Controls: Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus

media mention | march 17, 2022

Russia Export Applications Expected to Drop, Compliance to Grow More Challenging

Alert | March 14, 2022

Biden Administration Imposes New Round of Russia Sanctions

Alert | March 14, 2022

Impact of U.S. Revocation of Permanent Normal Trade Relations with Russia

Alert | MArch 10, 2022

U.S. Moves to Regulate Digital Currencies More Closely: Strongly Considers Establishing a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency

Alert | March 10, 2022

New Complaint Filed Charging a Dual U.S./Russian Citizen with Unlawfully Acting as a Foreign Agent for the Russian Government

Alert | March 8, 2022

DOJ Announces Launch of KleptoCapture Task Force in Response to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Media Mention | MARCH 7, 2022

U.S. Should Revoke Its Russia Trade Pact To Fix WTO

Alert | March 4, 2022

UPDATE: Biden Administration Imposes Broad Sanctions and Export Controls in Response to Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Media Mention | March 4, 2022

Export Controls Against Russia Add to Uncertainty for Business

Alert | February 24, 2022

Biden Administration Imposes “First Tranche” of Sanctions in Response to Russian Actions in Ukraine

Alert | February 23, 2022

OFAC Issues Chinese Military-Industrial Complex Sanctions Regulations

Alert | February 22, 2022

Biden Administration Sanctions Donetsk, Luhansk Regions of Ukraine

Alert | January 26, 2022

U.S. Sanctions Individuals for ‘Destabilization Activities in Ukraine’; Is Prepared to Impose Harsher Measures


Featured Content

WEBINAR | MARCH 24, 2022

2022 Wiley National Security Series: The Latest on Economic Sanctions and Export Controls: Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus

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Sanctions and Export Controls Team

Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar
202.719.3380 | nnikakhtar@wiley.law

Lori E. Scheetz
202.719.7419 | lscheetz@wiley.law

John R. Shane
202.719.7222 | jshane@wiley.law

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