Changes In Iranian Sanctions – What That Means to Your Business!
There has been a widespread, but erroneous, belief that the U.S. recently lifted most of its economic sanctions against Iran after that country met specified requirements under a multinational deal designed to limit its ability to produce a nuclear weapon. Many companies have reported a sharp increase in requests to sell to Iran but are unsure whether doing so is now allowed. This webinar will review what really changed as of Jan. 16 for U.S. companies, foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies and foreign entities.
• who may transact business with Iran now
• facilitation by U.S. persons
• lifting of the financial sanctions
• SEC Implications
• continued trade embargo
Donna Bade is a member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and manages the firm’s Chicago office. She focuses her practice on import and export trade law, trade regulations and customs law, regulatory law and transportation law. A licensed customs broker, Ms. Bade has extensive experience advising companies in the areas of tariff classification, valuation, country of origin marking and utilization of preference programs. She has represented clients before U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on focused assessments and before other government agencies with responsibilities over import and export transactions. Ms. Bade also assists companies in developing internal compliance programs.