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The Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), of the United States Department of the Treasury, administers a series of laws and regulations that impose economic sanctions against nations perceived to be hostile to United States’ foreign policy and national security objectives. The U.S. Government has long utilized a variety of economic sanctions (including trade embargoes, blocked assets controls, and other commercial and financial restrictions) to further its foreign policy objectives. Today, economic sanctions remain a powerful tool in the diplomatic arsenal as the U.S. strives to: (1) successfully conduct the war and reconstruction of Iraq; (2) deny financial and logistical support to terrorist groups; and (3) stem the flow of sensitive products and technologies to proliferators of weapons of mass destruction. Read More ›
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Joseph J. Dehner Joe Dehner concentrates his practice on multinational business and securities disputes. He counsels a wide variety of companies, domestic and foreign, on issues confronting global business, including transnational investment, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, customs and trade issues, international business structures, distribution and agency agreements and the resolution of international disputes.