Insights: News Adria Perez Quoted in Compliance Week, "Advice for navigating ‘fast and furious’ Russian sanctions landscape"
“It is fast and furious, but it’s also a little unpredictable and unclear,” said Adria Perez, a partner at law firm Kilpatrick Townsend, in describing the current sanctions landscape... In navigating changing sanctions and export control measures, many companies have tactically chosen to pause or scale back new or future business in Russia, citing risk mitigation reasons, reputation risk, or a combination of the two. Businesses are assessing not only what they cannot do from a sanctions-restriction standpoint but also “what they may not want to do based on their cultural values,” Perez said."
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