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US DOJ to Expand Sanctions Team

US DOJ to Expand Sanctions Team

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Apr 12, 2023


The US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced that it would expand its Counterintelligence and Exports Controls section to bolster the enforcement of sanctions levied against Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.

Federal prosecutors will collaborate with corporations to investigate cases of sanctions evasion and will bring criminal charges against companies that commit such violations. "Corporations are on the front lines, often seeing these violations in the first instance," said Assistant Attorney General Matt Olsen in the announcement. 

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