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  • May 25, 2016

    OFAC amends Burma (Myanmar) sanctions

    On May 17, 2016, the US Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control (“OFAC”) amended the current sanctions against Burma (Myanmar) to ease certain restrictions on doing business in Burma. OFAC also amended the Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (“SDN”) list. OFAC designed the amendments to support trade in Burma in light of the country’s recent competitive elections and other steps to transition to a democratically-elected government. Specifically, OFAC announced that the amendments should: (1) facilitate the movements of goods within Burma; (2) allow certain transactions related to US individuals residing in Burma; and (3) allow most transactions involving designated financial institutions.

  • May 25, 2016

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) is a comprehensive, multi-lateral free trade agreement (FTA) among 12 States representing nearly a third of the world’s trade.

  • May 25, 2016

    Q&A with Richard Naimark

    We speak with Richard Naimark, Senior Vice President of ICDR Global Operations, about the ICDR’s extensive presence in Latin America, its efforts to address party and counsel misbehavior, and its unique experience with implementing and managing emergency arbitrators.

  • May 25, 2016

    Philip Morris Asia v Australia

    Philip Morris Asia’s claim against Australia concerning Australia’s plain packaging laws has come to an end. The tribunal ruled (in December 2015) that it had no jurisdiction to decide the claim, which was filed in 2011, under the 1993 HK–Australia BIT.

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