Baker McKenzie’s Sanctions Blog published the alert titled Ukraine to expropriate Russian property on 11 March 2022. Read the article via the link here. Please also visit our Sanctions Blog for the most recent updates.
Join us for a brief webinar on 1 March 2022 to hear from our experts on the latest sanctions measures introduced against Russia and certain parts of Ukraine. We are well-positioned in all relevant jurisdictions to help you understand and respond to the various sanctions measures. Our panel will comprise of Baker McKenzie trade and sanctions attorneys from Ukraine, Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Canada, Japan, Australia and Switzerland. The panel will summarise the key measures and propose key practical take-aways for businesses to focus on.
On 25 January 2022, a new set of personal special economic and other restrictive measures became effective (“Decisions”). The Decisions impose extensive sanctions restrictions, including asset freezes, restriction on the exit of capital from Ukraine, suspension of the performance of economic and financial obligations, a ban on trade operations, prohibition of participation in privatization and leasing of state property, cancellation of visas and licenses, entry bans, etc., upon certain legal entities and individuals.
Baker McKenzie are pleased to invite you to two follow up webinars of 30 minutes focused specifically on the latest developments and operational considerations on the ground in Ukraine and in Russia. Webinar 1 – on 10 February 2022 – will focus on Ukraine and Webinar 2 – on 15 February 2022 – will focus on Russia.
On 30 October 2021, the president of Ukraine enacted four decisions of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine imposing personal special economic and other restrictive measures. The Decisions impose extensive sanctions restrictions, including, among others, asset freezes, restriction on the exit of capital from Ukraine, a ban on trade operations and the transit of resources, flights and transportation within the territory of Ukraine, and the suspension of the performance of economic and financial obligations, etc., upon legal entities and individuals involved in various activities.
On Monday, 26 July, the Ukrainian president enacted a decision of the National Security and Defense Council, which imposed economic sanctions against six individuals and ten entities, including three non-profit organizations related to the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic.
On Monday, 26 July, the Ukrainian president enacted a decision of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC), which imposed economic sanctions against six individuals and ten entities, including three non-profit organizations related to the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic.
This handbook Conducting Business in Ukraine 2021 has been prepared by the attorneys of Baker McKenzie’s Kyiv office as a general guide for companies operating or considering investing in Ukraine. It is intended to present an overview of the key aspects of the Ukrainian legal system and the regulation of business activities in the country
On 13 April 2021, a new import ban will come into effect on 24 new categories of products originating from the Russian Federation. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted a resolution amending the list of products prohibited for import into Ukraine from the Russian Federation, which was previously approved by its…
On 23 March 2021, the president of Ukraine enacted Presidential Decree No. 109/2021 dated 23 March 2021 “On the Decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine dated 23 March 2021 On Imposition, Cancellation and Amendment of Personal Special Economic and Other Restrictive Measures (Sanctions),” effective from 25 March 2021…