Sergey Glandin, Ph.D. in Law
Advocate. Special Counsel on Sanctions Law
As a practicing international lawyer and lecturer at the Chair of International Law, Law Department of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Sergey has unique practical and theoretical expertise in the field of sanctions (restrictive measures) imposed by the US and the EU. He is currently teaching two special courses, which are possibly the only sanctions law courses available in Russia: "Attribution (Application) of International Responsibility of the State to Its Residents" and "Removal from Sanctions Lists at International and National Courts".
From 2012 to 2016, Mr Glandin was a lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry, where he taught a general course in international law.
He represented a major Russian Forbes-100 businessman for more than five years; in particular, he provided advice on English law, current Russian law, and practice of their application, and also provided advice for sale of the beneficiary’s core asset in the Russian Federation and other assets in Morocco.
He has authored numerous publications on sanctions law, protection of rights and legal interests of Russian residents if they are added to the EU/ US sanctions lists and removed from these lists. He provided several comments on new sanctions developments and court decisions relating to removal from sanction lists in such media outlets as RBC, Forbes, Dozhd, TheBell.io, Kommersant, and Kommersant FM.
1. Roundtable "Legal Analysis and Legal Consequences of the US Sanctions Law against Russia and Russian Nationals". Moscow. Kutafin Moscow State Law University. 14.12.2017. Author of the concept and presenter.
2. Roundtable "Western Sanctions and Russian Business: Compliance in the Era of New Challenges." Moscow, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 30.03.2018. Author of the concept, moderator, presenter.
3. Business Lunch "Sanctions Compliance: What Awaits Us, and How to Deal With It" Moscow Stock Exchange. 14.06.2018. Author of the concept, presenter.
Publications in Russian legal journals.
Extraterritoriality of American sanctions in action. International Justice (Mezhdunarodnoe Pravosudie). 2018. No.2. P. 105-122.
Adding and removing names to and from sanctions lists: what Western consultants won’t tell you. Collection "Economic sanctions against Russia: legal challenges and prospects" (Ekonomicheskie sankcii protiv Rossii: pravovye vyzovy i perspektivy)/ Edited by S.V. Glandin, M.G. Dorayev. M. Infotropic Media. 2018. P. 128-159.
European sanctions law as reflected in the first Russian cases in the Court of Justice of the European Union. International Justice (Mezhdunarodnoe Pravosudie). 2017. No.2. P. 80-93.
Is it possible to have your name removed from US sanctions lists? Legal Insight. 2017. No.2. P. 22-27.
Restrictive measures by the US and the EU against Russian residents. Comparative legal analysis. Russian Yearbook of International Law, 2016. 2017. SPb. Russia-Neva. P. 268-275.
Legal methods of removal from US sanctions lists. Legislation (Zakonodatelstvo). 2016. No.10. P. 70-78.
Significance of family connections for adding to or removal from EU sanctions lists. Legislation (Zakonodatelstvo). 2016. No. 8. P. 77-87.
Is it possible to have your name removed from EU sanctions list? International Justice (Mezhdunarodnoe Pravosudie). 2016. No.2. P. 46-60.
Lifting restrictive measures through the Court of Justice of the European Union. Russian Yearbook of International Law, 2015. 2016. SPb. Rossiya-Neva. P. 300-311.
Removal from sanctions lists through the European Court of Justice. Experience of Russia’s "allies". Legal Insight. 2015. No.10. P. 41-45.
The Court of Justice of the European Union on legal grounds for lifting restrictive measures (sanctions) against individuals. International Justice (Mezhdunarodnoe Pravosudie). 2015. No. 4. P. 103-117.
Disgraced senator: why Kerimov will remain under US sanctions in any case. Forbes, 02.07.2018
US sanctions and personal data. How much information can be made public? Zakon.ru, 04/28/2018.
Embezzlement of government assets, the European way. Case of Eduard Stavitsky. Zakon.ru, 26.03.2018.
The "Kremlin Report" and life after it. Zakon.ru, 30.01.2018.
Western sanctions and removal from sanction lists. Legal Talk. Radio MediaMetrics, broadcast on 22.06.2017.
Compensation for unjustified addition to EU sanctions list. Zakon.ru, 08.06.2017.
The US vs the EU. Comparison of sanctions regimes. Zakon.ru, 15.04.2017.
Do sanctions work? Report by a quitting US administration official. Zakon.ru, 17.01.2017.
Sanctions outcomes of the year. Zakon.ru, 29. 12.2016.
Evidential power effect of unverified information in international justice. Zakon.ru, 16.11.2016.
Expansion of US sanctions - what is next? Zakon.ru, 02.09.2016.
No help from abroad. Zimbabwe and removal from EU sanctions lists. Zakon.ru, 11.08.2016.
What are sanctions? Official interpretation of restrictive measures in European law. Zakon.ru, 28.06.2016.
Are things that bad for Rosneft? Prospects for challenging sanctions. Zakon.ru, 16.06.2016.