Podcast: Economic Sanctions on Digital Finance and Cryptocurrencies
Our podcast highlights: digital finance and cryptocurrencies pose material sanction risk to institutional digital asset custody, trading, and finance companies as those are generally weak in speed of the market to prevent companies and entities in sanctioned jurisdictions.
Should the use of cryptocurrency to avoid sanctions designed to isolation and to facilitate illicit activities many OFAC will probably announce complex sanctions regimes and continue to enforce actions against individuals and entities.
Podcast: Recent Updates on Turkey's Export Control Regime
Our podcast highlights the recent regulatory updates of Turkey including but not limited to life science, aerospace and defense industries.
Podcast: GovTech in Turkey - Smart Cities
It is well known that a trade war evolves into a trade-off by and between technology and national security. This trade-off created several policies and approaches in different jurisdictions.In the coming period, entities conducting data-driven business will most likely take the national security policies into consideration, particularly in science technologies; and business to business and business to government activities should be rigorous in this regard, as they are at a heightened risk of transacting in restricted or controlled areas. During our podcast, we focused on giving an insight into the business and regulatory landscapes of smart cities together with challenges in government contracts.
Podcast: Export Control in Turkey
Export from and to Turkey have always been on agenda for entities trading with Turkey. HERDEM’s podcast serves as an introduction to general regulatory landscape of export control in Turkey including different businesses.
Podcast: Defense and Aerospace - Contracts in Turkey
It has been almost four decades since the Turkish defense industry has been evolving and directing the perspective from direct supply to localized services and products. These periods set in motion tremendous policies in defense procurement approaches reflecting the complex legal issues surrounded by different government policies and geo-political conditions. Lawyers and contract managers should give serious consideration to variety of transactional forms and legal underpinning since transactions in defense programs can only be understood in context of how projects are evolved. In this special interest group podcast, HERDEM Attorneys at Law invites general counsels, in-house counsels, project managers and contract managers of defense and aerospace companies to have a better understanding on defense and aerospace contracts in Turkey with special focus on trade and investment restrictions.