August 03, 2017
Having historically targeted banks, OFAC shows interest in penalizing banks’ customers that send illegal payments through the U.S. financial system.
OFAC's action is significant because it appears to be the first time the entity penalizes a non-U.S., non-financial company for “causing” sanctions violations by
July 21, 2017
In the last few years, drastic liberalization has changed the comprehensive U.S. sanctions against Iran and Cuba that had been maintained for decades. Iran sanctions were first enacted in 1979 (with the broad secondary sanctions for foreign subsidiaries only in place since 2012). Cuba sanctions began in 1960.
Garnering less fanfare, the U.S. also
February 07, 2017
Rimon's Corporate and International Trade Counsel Jill M. Williamson discusses strategies for third parties to turn lemons into lemonade, by leveraging third party compliance requirements into a competitive advantage.
"By taking a few proactive, practical steps, companies can turn the ingredients of contracting partners’
News January 01, 2017
January 1, 2017, (Miami) Continuing to grow its team of international litigators, white collar defense attorneys, and compliance professionals, Rimon Law has added the two name partners from the boutique firm Alvarez Gonzalez, Ignacio M. Alvarez and Carlos F. Gonzalez, as Partners in its Miami, FL office.
In a short time, Alvarez Gonzalez