Brittany’s practice focuses on litigating a wide variety of international commercial disputes, advising non-U.S. corporations regarding compliance with U.S. sanctions regulations, and advising clients with respect to cross-border government investigations. Brittany also has experience related to domestic banking regulatory and compliance matters.
Brittany’s experience includes advising:
- a multinational energy company with respect to U.S. sanctions issues arising from a minority investment in a Venezuelan joint venture
- the owner of a major European energy pipeline in connection with sanctions issues arising under the pipeline provisions of the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act
- a French bank regarding compliance with U.S. sanctions related to Iran
- a Japanese company regarding compliance with U.S. sanctions related to Myanmar
- a French company regarding a proposed transaction with a subsidiary of a company designated as a Communist Chinese Military Company by the U.S. government
- a French company with respect to an internal investigation in Morocco, involving alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- a global investment bank regarding banking regulatory and compliance matters
- an individual in responding to a subpoena issued by the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services
Brittany is admitted to the Georgia Bar, the appellate courts in Georgia, and is a member of the International Bar Association. Brittany’s application to the New York Bar is currently pending.