Ukraine invasion

The changing landscape of UK sanctions against Russia

Current regulation could lead to a much wider range of entities being caught by sanctions than previously thought, write James Ellis-Rees, Christopher Jefferies and Emily Evans of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath

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IBA 2023: Ukraine’s Prosecutor General sets out case for special war crimes tribunal

“If Ukraine loses its war, the world order as we know it would be destroyed,” warned Ukraine’s Prosecutor General, Andriy Kostin, yesterday at the IBA annual conference in Paris

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Navigating arbitration in the age of sanctions: challenges and opportunities

Arbitration’s impartiality and adaptability make it well suited to addressing the challenges posed by sanctions, writes Vail Dispute Resolution’s Tomas Vail

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UK government extends Russian sanctions to include City legal advice

Business lawyers barred from advising on deals that would benefit Russian economy

One year on, International Bar Association vows continued support for Ukraine

IBA underscores efforts to ensure legal accountability on first anniversary of Russian invasion

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UK legal regulator calls on law firms to do more to combat SLAPPs

Review by Solicitors Regulation Authority finds lack of policies and training to protect against abusive litigation

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