Lindsay K. Brown advises clients on a range of international trade-related matters. She combines legal analysis and policy advocacy to help clients navigate complex issues involving economic sanctions, export controls, and national security matters.

Lindsay helps companies to develop sanctions compliance policies and training programs, obtain government licenses and authorizations, and conduct internal investigations and voluntary disclosures. In this regard, Lindsay has experience representing clients before the U.S. Department of Treasury, U.S. Department of Commerce, and U.S. Department of State.

Lindsay is also active in the trade remedies and trade policy spheres, having represented clients before the U.S. International Trade Commission, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. She advises companies across a wide range of industries, including telecommunications and technology, defense and aerospace, financial services, life sciences, energy, and consumer products.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude, 2018

M.P.P., Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 2018

B.A., University of Notre Dame, cum laude, 2013

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia

California

Representative experience

Assisting non-U.S. company investigation of transfers under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and voluntary disclosure to the U.S. Department of State.

Advising non-U.S. company in export control reviews related to encryption exports under UK and U.S. laws.

Counseling life sciences clients in obtaining required U.S. government licenses to export products or provide services to OFAC-sanctioned countries.

Advising technology companies on classification and export compliance related to controlled encryption exports under U.S. and UK laws.

Representing one of the largest producers and exporters of solar products, and one of the largest solar project developers in the United States in several solar trade disputes.

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