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Significant Clients

The OFAC lawyers at Ferrari & Associates handle some of the biggest and most complex sanctions cases in the world. Indeed, often times the sanctions-related matters capturing headlines and being discussed by the media involve clients represented by Ferrari & Associates or matters in which the Firm and its clients are involved. It is also common for the OFAC lawyers at Ferrari & Associates to team up with some of the most well-known and well-regarded lawyers and law firms in the world to handle cases involving removal from the OFAC SDN List, defense of high-profile defendants in investigations and prosecutions, and advising top global financial institutions on compliance with U.S. sanctions. 

As noted in the case summaries below, the clients taken on by the OFAC lawyers at Ferrari & Associates range from private individuals to state-owned enterprises and global financial institutions. The matters involve every type of OFAC case imaginable from routine compliance work such as helping a financial institution or multi-national corporation prepare, adopt and implement sanctions compliance policies and procedures to filing lawsuits against OFAC to challenge the designations they make to the SDN List.

The range of matters that Ferrari & Associates take on and the variety of its clientele, allows the firm to have a 360 degree view of how U.S. sanctions work from procedural, substantive, and policy perspectives. This view provides a level of specific expertise not found in every law firm that handles U.S. sanctions work, which provides our clients with real insight on what the law means and what can be expected if certain approaches to their case are undertaken. Anyone can read the law for themselves, but interacting with OFAC on a daily basis and constantly reviewing and interpreting their actions gives Ferrari & Associates uncommon insight as to how the agency will react in response to certain circumstances or situations. This insight significantly aids our clients in their cases, whether those cases are routine or complex.

45 %

OFAC SDN
Delisting

25 %

Sanctions-Related
Litigation

10 %

OFAC
Enforcement

25 %

OFAC Compliance
& Licensing Matters

Significant Cases