5 Things Every CEO Should Know about Reopening and U.S. SanctionsJuly 6, 2020 | Jarrett Wolf
As economies in Asia, the Middle East and Europe reopen, companies are at increased risk of costly sanctions violations. Here is what you need to know. 1. A Dangerous Mix of Supply and Demand Economies around the world have been shut down for months due to COVID-19. Closed economies have […]
New Venezuela SanctionsAugust 20, 2019 | Jarrett Wolf
New sanctions block all property of the Government of Venezuela in the United States. Banks, companies and individuals, in the U.S. and worldwide, especially those engaged in international business, should understand what the executive order means, why it’s important to be aware, and what to do.
Responding To and Preventing Cases Involving International StudentsSeptember 17, 2018 | Jarrett Wolf
There are approximately 4.5 million international students worldwide. A percentage of those students attending school outside their home countries will encounter problems serious enough to lead to legal proceedings or even rise to the level of embassy attention.