In the third podcast of Crowell & Moring’s “First 100 Days” series, Partners Carlton Greene and Cari Stinebower of the firm’s International Trade Group sit down to discuss what sanctions might look like under President-elect Trump’s new administration. Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Carlton served as chief counsel of FinCEN and also worked for OFAC at the Dept. of the Treasury. Cari has previously worked as an attorney advisor for the Office of the General Counsel at OFAC.
Covered in this 20 minute podcast:
- Iran sanctions – what is likely to happen with the JCPOA, how OFAC might take enforcement actions outside of JCPOA and the implications of such, and what might happen with the Iran Sanctions Act.
- Russia/Ukraine/Crimea sanctions – how Crimea-focused sanctions might be affected by the president-elect’s statements that Russia should be an ally in the fight against ISIS.
- Cuba sanctions – what the new administration might do with respect to Cuba sanctions and the Cuban Democracy Act.