Alston & Bird and AAEI will host this seminar on Thursday, September 24 in Alston & Bird's New York office.
The European Union has imposed significant sanctions on Russia and Iran. While many European companies and financial institutions comply with U.S. sanctions and export controls, U.S. companies and their European affiliates often neglect applicable EU sanctions. On the other hand, the European Union continues to have blocking statutes to counter the U.S. sanctions on Cuba and some of the U.S. sanctions on Iran. Moreover, national blocking legislation of EU Member States, like the German anti-boycott law, must be considered and may have an even broader scope than the EU blocking provisions.
EU Export Controls
Both the European Union and EU Member States are invoked with export controls. The panel will discuss the relationship between the EU and national export controls from a practical perspective. It will also address how these export controls can impact U.S. business.
Marian Niestedt, M.E.S., Graf von Westphalen
Dr. Gerd Schwendinger, LL.M., Graf von Westphalen
Note: This will be an in-person event to be held at the offices of Alston & Bird in New York City. It will not be recorded nor made available as a webinar.
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September 24, 2015
Alston & Bird / 90 Park Avenue / New York, NY 10016