Associate Steptoe & Johnson, LLP
Mr. Jeydel’s practice focuses on US economic sanctions and export controls, including the sanctions regulations of the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and the export control regulations of the Departments of Commerce and State. He counsels clients on compliance, transactions, licensing, jurisdiction and classification assessments, disclosures, and regulatory and enforcement actions. He has represented persons facing US criminal charges or under criminal investigation for export controls and sanctions violations. The Vice Chair of the American Bar Association’s Export Controls and Economic Sanctions Committee of the International Law Section, he frequently writes about this broad field.
OFAC 101 A walking tour of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and Trading with the Enemy Act (TWEA), the vital underlying authorities for OFAC, to include coverage of: Unusual and extraordinary threats and national emergencies Exercise of Presidential authorities Blocking and seizure of assets Prison terms and penalties Code of Federal Regulations 31 […]
This session will walk you through the core requirements of several vital OFAC programs impacting corporations and financial institutions. What is allowed and what can get you into trouble with OFAC? What is the future of the JCPOA after Trump’s “exit”? This section will provide the latest updates on: Iran Russia/Ukraine Venezuela Cuba Speaker: […]