The Guide to Sanctions - Third Edition

The Guide to Sanctions - Third Edition

Pages: 568

ISBN: 978-1-83862-874-1

  • $250.00

We live in a new era for sanctions, more than ever, it seems. More states are using them, in more creative (and often unilateral) ways. They’ve become many states’ first line of response.

This, alas, creates a degree of complication for everyone else. Hitherto no book has addressed those issues and the proliferation of sanctions regimes and investigations in a structured way. GIR’s The Guide to Sanctions solves that. Written by contributors from the small but expanding field of sanctions enforcement, it dissects the topic in a practical fashion, from every stakeholder’s perspective, and is an invaluable resource.


Neil Whiley

Rachel Barnes QC, Paul Feldberg and Nicholas Turner


Part I: Sanctions and Export Control Regimes Around the World

  • UN Sanctions
    Guy Martin and Charles Enderby Smith
  • EU Restrictive Measures
    Genevra Forwood, Sara Nordin, Matthias Vangenechten, Tobias Zuber,Julia Marssola and Fabienne Vermeeren
  • EU Sanctions Enforcement
    David Savage
  • UK Sanctions
    Paul Feldberg, Robert Dalling, Karam Jardaneh and Matthew Worby
  • UK Sanctions Enforcement
    Rachel Barnes QC, Saba Naqshbandi, Patrick Hill and Genevieve Woods
  • US Sanctions
    John D Buretta and Megan Y Lew
  • US Sanctions Enforcement by OFAC and the DOJ
    David Mortlock, Britt Mosman, Nikki Cronin and Ahmad El-Gamal
  • Export Controls in the European Union
    Anahita Thoms
  • Export Controls in the United Kingdom
    Tristan Grimmer and Ben Smith
  • Export Controls in the United States
    Meredith Rathbone and Hena Schommer
  • Sanctions and Export Controls in the Asia-Pacific Region
    Wendy Wysong, Ali Burney and Nicholas Turner
  • Developments in Mainland China and Hong Kong
    Qing Ren, Deming Zhao and Ningxin Huo
  • Sizing up China’s Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law and Other Countermeasures
    Kate Yin and Derrick Zhao
  • Practical Applications of International Sanctions and Export Controls in France
    Stéphane de Navacelle, Julie Zorrilla and Thomas Lapierre

Part II: Compliance Programmes

  • Principled Guide to Sanctions Compliance Programmes
    Zia Ullah and Victoria Turner
  • Sanctions Screening: Challenges and Control Considerations
    Charlie Steele, Gerben Schreurs, Sarah Wrigley, Deborah Luskin and Jona Boscolo Cappon

Part III: Sanctions in Practice

  • Navigating Conflicting Sanctions Regimes
    Cherie Spinks and Bruce G Paulsen
  • Sanctions Issues Arising in Corporate Transactions
    Barbara D Linney and Orga Cadet
  • Key Sanctions Issues in Civil Litigation and Arbitration
    Claire A DeLelle and Nicole Erb
  • Issues Arising for Financial Institutions and Regulated Entities
    Jason Hungerford, Ori Lev, Tamer Soliman and James Ford
  • Impacts of Sanctions and Export Controls on Supply Chains
    Alex J Brackett, J Patrick Rowan, Jason H Cowley, Laura C Marshall, Edwin O Childs, Jr and Elissa N Baur
  • Practical Issues in Cyber-Related Sanctions
    Brian Fleming, Timothy O’Toole, Christopher Stagg, Caroline Watson, Manuel Levitt and Mary Mikhaeel
  • The Role of Forensics in Sanctions Investigations
    Nate Giarnese, Tianyu You, Kristen McCannon Krishnamurthy, Soyoung Yang and Luis F Arandia, Jr
  • Representing Designated Persons: A UK Lawyer’s Perspective
    Anna Bradshaw and Alistair Jones
  • Representing Designated Persons: A US Lawyer’s Perspective
    Farhad Alavi and Sam Amir Toossi

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