Boycott Requests Received by U.S. Companies
In 2005, the Commerce Department reported closing cases against five companies for violations of U.S. antiboycott laws. The violations included furnishing prohibited business information to boycott-enforcing countries and failing to report boycott-related requests. The civil penalties ranged from $6,000 to $22,5000 and totaled $57,500. In addition, it appears that one criminal penalty was imposed: a $500,000 fine on Maine Biological Labs for complying with the boycott and other violations of IEEPA.
Source: United States Department of Commerce