Company Executives may face criminal and civil penalties for inadvertent violations of Russian-Related Sanctions, regulations, and thousands of federal statutes and laws.
U.S. regulations and laws' key points abridged in a bullet-point format for quick comprehension and "Do" and "Don't" actions for regulation compliance
Consecuencias potenciales del incumplimiento de la ley / regulación :
Cargos penales, penas de cárcel y multas para ejecutivos
Gran costo de tiempo del personal + honorarios de los abogados defensores
Sanciones económicas tras los acuerdos de cargos penales
Pérdida de reputación de marca
Caída de existencias y ruptura de la empresa
Demandas de agencias gubernamentales, inversores y consumidores
Knowledge of U.S. industry-specific regulations and federal laws are imputed to corporate executives. Such a blame may be attributed regardless of their intent to commit or actual knowledge of their company’s law violations involving anti-competition, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, lobbyist/foreign agent registration, fraud, and U.S. Russia-related sanctions which must be complied with by non-sanctioned companies…
The United States tackles systemic corruption and gross violation of human rights in foreign countries by holding corrupt public officials accountable, enforcing money laundering laws and employing the cross-jurisdictional U.S. legal tools, such Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Ac. U.S. sanctions affect U.S. and non-U.S. persons dealing with blocked entities which are directly and indirectly owned by the designated persons…
U.S. economic sanctions are global, evolving and adopted in real time without approval of the U.S. Congress and reliance on court decisions. Many companies may become subject to the sanctions because they conduct business transactions with blocked entities, which may not be identified in the U.S. government’s published lists.