About The Webinar

U.S. trade restrictions on Russia and Belarus are expanding after the White House cracked down on business activity in the wake of  Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. There are currently two sets of regulations that generally must be reviewed to determine whether activities or prospective activities related to Russia and Belarus are lawful. First, the Department of Commerce has restricted the types of items that may be exported to Russia and Belarus without an export license. Second, the Treasury Department’s various types of sanctions against the banking industry and other individuals and entities in Russia and Belarus require that companies screen all the parties involved in any related transaction.

Exporters will have to adjust or enhance their compliance processes to determine what activities are prohibited under these new, complex restrictions. This webinar will review the new export controls and sanctions and how they may affect your business.

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Key Topics

  • details of newly expanded export controls and sanctions on Russia and Belarus
  • required enhancements to compliance programs


Kristine Pirnia

Partner, Advisory Committee; Export Controls & Sanctions Practice Leader

Kristine Pirnia is a Partner, Advisory Committe with Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and leads its Export Controls and Sanctions Practice. She is based in San Diego and resident in the San Francisco office. She is an accomplished professional and leader with extensive experience in export controls, sanctions and anti-bribery related matters such as program development, internal investigations and training both within corporations and in private practice.



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