Economic Sanctions Compliance

23 December 2011 Aftermarket Business Publication
Authors: Gregory Husisian

Aftermarket Business

Foley Partner Gregory Husisian authored an article on the increasing prominence of export control and sanction requirements, saying that the importance of sanctions compliance has grown with heightened enforcement of economic sanctions laws. Husisian provides an overview of how to establish a successful economic sanctions compliance program, highlighting due diligence requirements for customers and other persons who are receiving goods, services, information and technology as a key part of any complete compliance program. 

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