International Comparative Legal Guide - Sanctions 2021

External publications Written by Robert Wyld (Consultant), Lara Douvartzidis (Associate)

Consultant, Robert Wyld and Associate, Lara Douvartzidis have written the Australian chapter in the ICLG Guide to sanctions law. 

The full publication covers legal basis/sanctions authorities, implementation of sanctions laws and regulations, enforcement, and general topics across multiple jurisdictions.

 

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