United States: OFAC amends existing blanket licenses and issues new blanket licenses under Russian sanctions to allow payment of pensions to non-US persons outside Russia and closure of individual accounts at blocked banks



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Bart M. McMillan

Bart McMillan leads the Chicago office’s International Trade Compliance sub-practice within the North American International Trade Practice. He advises U.S. and non-U.S. businesses on international trade compliance issues arising from U.S. export controls, trade sanctions, and anti-boycott rules, as well as U.S. customs laws with respect to classification, valuation, country of origin, free trade agreements and intellectual property protection at the US border. His practice also covers anti-corruption and business compliance matters specializing in sales and sales promotion under the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Non-Corruption Act US and non-US trade laws. Mr. McMillan practiced with Baker McKenzie throughout his legal career and as of 2004 was working in the Washington, DC office. He is a frequent speaker on international trade compliance issues at seminars, conferences and corporate training events. While pursuing his JD at NYU School of Law, Mr. McMillan served as Editor-in-Chief (1997-98) and Associate Editor (1998-99) of the New York University Law Review; and he participated in an exchange semester at the Central European University (Budapest) (department of legal studies).

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