Russia’s Imposition of Russian Law in Crimea: What Does This Mean for Companies Operating in Crimea and How Can Investors Protect Crimean Investments?

April 18, 2014

Against the backdrop of a rapidly evolving domestic and international legal landscape in Ukraine, this OnPoint focuses on the practical steps that companies operating in Crimea may consider taking in view of the legal environment in which they are now conducting their business. For banks and companies operating in this new reality, what does the imposition of Russian law in Crimea mean? At the same time, how can foreign, Russian and Ukrainian companies in Crimea ensure ongoing international law protections for their investments in circumstances where Russia now claims sovereignty?

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This article was also featured in WestLaw Journal – Securities Litigtation & Regulation (Thomson Reuters)