After Washington drama, new Russia (and Iran and N. Korea) sanctions set to become law

On Tuesday, July 25, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 3364, the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act by a vote of 419-3.

There is some uncertainty, but the legislation is expected to be passed by the Senate before the August recess and sent to the President for his signature. The House voted to amend a bill containing an Iran and Russia sanctions package that passed the Senate on June 15 a vote of 98-2 (see our June 20 client alert explaining the key provisions of S.722 when it passed the Senate). Much of our original analysis of the Russia sanctions measures remains in effect. This latest client alert details the key changes to the Russia sanctions made under a bipartisan agreement, and explains the addition of North Korea sanctions to the same legislation.

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