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Molly Doggett advises clients on the application of international trade controls. She counsels clients on compliance with economic sanctions programs administered by the Treasury Department and State Department and export controls regulations administered by the Commerce Department. She also represents institutions and individuals in white-collar matters and government investigations relating to financial fraud and anti-corruption.

  • Advises companies on compliance with U.S. economic sanctions against Iran, Cuba, Sudan, Syria, and Russia.
  • Represents a major financial institution in a government investigation of foreign bribery.
  • Represents multiple companies in a government investigation into international trade controls violations.

Pro Bono

  • Represented criminal defendant acquitted in the first trial to proceed against the “J20” protesters.
  • Advises an international non-governmental organization in relation to potential human rights abuses abroad.

Previous Experience

  • Harvard Law School Program on International Law and Armed Conflict, Research Assistant (2016-2017)