Expert Commentary

How the U.S. Financial Blacklist Shapes Foreign Policy

Adam Smith
Of Counsel, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

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The Author is Adam Smith

Adam Smith recently joined Gibson Dunn's Washington, D.C. office after five years in the Obama Administration at the White House and Treasury working as a senior sanctions official.   He spearheaded the Administration's efforts to implement Congressionally-mandated secondary sanctions on Iran, developed sanctions relief strategies in the context of the Iran nuclear agreement, authored industry guidance and advisories, and negotiated parallel sanctions measures put in place by the European... Read More

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