Sanctions against Russia: US ups the game while the EU limits its sanctions to further individuals
As the events in Ukraine and Russia continue to unfold, the reaction by the US and the EU, including imposing sanctions, will affect individuals, businesses and entire sectors.
As a polycentric firm, with no headquarters, no dominant culture and no flag, and with partners throughout the world, including Russia, Ukraine and Central and Eastern Europe, Dentons is particularly well positioned to explain the nuances that surround every facet of these complicated developments to its clients.
This client update contains an analysis of the policy issues arising from the current situation in Ukraine…
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