Sanctions and their effects, Part 3

Lawyer Dr. Johannes Fiala and Dipl.-Math. Peter A. Schramm have in the third part even more examples of what effects sanctions can have.   Frequent tax evasion without sanctions-Deluxe   The BGH (judgement of 30.01.1970, file no. V ZR 139/68) denied – completely in the tradition of the Reich Court – foreign (camouflage) companies with […]

Sanctions and their effects, Part 2

In the second part on sanctions and their effects, attorney Dr. Johannes Fiala and Dipl.-Math. Peter A. Schramm present further cases – from the Russian sanctions via Cuba and Turkey to the acquisition of real estate by terrorists.     Anti-terrorism lists or ordinances could also be (or are they) null and void? Regulations 881/2002 […]

Sanctions and their effects, part 1

Sanctions have been in fashion for centuries, and are being broken. The widow Barbe-Nicole Clicquot-Ponsardin, in reaction to Napoleon’s Russian campaign, was concerned with the embargo that the Russian Tsar had imposed on French products in 1812. The widow hired a Dutch ship, had it loaded with over 10,000 bottles of the 1811 vintage, and […]