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Studio Legale Padovan Shorlisted in 2021 WorldECR Awards

Oct 25, 2021 – Milan, Italy

MILAN, Oct 25, 2021 - Studio Legale Padovan has been shortlisted in the 2021 WorldECR Awards as one of the four law firms in the category EXPORT CONTROLS LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR – EUROPE.

The WorldECR Awards recognise outstanding work, vision, best practice, commercial benefit to the company, and contribution to international security, of organisations and individuals working in the fields of export control and sanctions compliance and non-proliferation. WorldECR is the world’s leading specialist legal publisher providing news, insight and investigation on global export control and sanctions.

Studio Legale Padovan are thrilled and grateful for this important international recognition for their expertise in the field of export control, which motivates the team even more to support their clients in complying with International rules on trade. The law firm has massive experience, expertise and a proven successful track record in the intricate areas of export controls and economic sanctions.

WorldECR believes that export is a privilege not a right, and so compliance is critical for any business with a global supply chain. But the laws and regulations in this area are complex and rapidly changing, and staying abreast of the issues can be challenging. It’s no surprise that the demand for expert legal compliance advice and support is on the rise.

WorldECR is a growing international community of thought leaders, practitioners, experts and policy makers, bringing together news, analysis and opinion on global export control and sanctions to any professional working in the field. Across the issues, across the globe, they are the resource attorneys and business laders can’t afford to be without.

Export control concerns the transfers of certain products considered to be of strategic value, including, in particular, military goods and products with a possible dual use, civil and military ('dual use').

Economic sanctions, on the other hand, are a foreign policy tool that the competent authorities are increasingly resorting to, both against governments of third countries, and against non-state entities and natural or legal persons, such as terrorist groups. To date, countries subject to restrictive measures adopted by the EU include, for example, Iran, North Korea, the Russian Federation, Sudan and Syria.

Find out more about Studio Legale Padovan Expertise in export control and economic sanctions here.