POSSIBLE CLAIMS AGAINST RUSSIA FOR EXPROPRIATION OF FOREIGN INVESTMENTS
11 April 2022
On 8 April 2022, a draft law was introduced in the Russian Duma (Parliament) which would allow Russia to expropriate property of foreign nationals from “unfriendly” countries – those that have imposed sanctions on Russian entities and individuals. This news came on the heels of a draft bill introduced the […]
Overview of EU, Swiss and UK sanctions against Russia and Belarus
28 March 2022
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The European Union, Switzerland, the UK and other jurisdictions havecontinued to expand sanctions against Russia and Belarus in response tothe war in Ukraine. The current restrictions now consist of a coordinated,comprehensive web of far-reaching targeted sanctions, financialrestrictions, and economic embargoes (for an overview of the currentsanctions, see our […]
Overview of EU, Swiss and UK sanctions on Russia and Belarus
4 March 2022
In response to the emerging conflict in Ukraine following the recognition by Russia of the non-governmental controlled areas of Donetsk and Luhansk and the subsequent military invasion of Russian troops on 24 February 2022, the international community imposed sanctions on Russian individuals, businesses and assets. Read more here.
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