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Russia Sanctions

The impact of the sanctions imposed on Russia are a stark reminder of how international sanctions are complex, varied, and in a state of constant flux.

We are watching and responding around the clock to help you consider the legal and regulatory implications for your people, business and industry sector, looking at the broader consequences and disruptions for contracts, regulation, disputes and related areas of cyber security, employment and real estate.

Russia Sanctions Updates

Russia Sanctions Updates

Our comprehensive Sanctions Navigator collates sanctions regimes from the European Union, France, the United Kingdom, United Nations, and United States in one place, to help answer any questions or address any sanctions-related issues you may have. Explore the Sanctions Navigator here.

Keep on top of these and related issues here on our Russia Sanctions Topic Center and we are on hand to assist you with any personnel, projects or operations that might be affected.



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