Adrianne Goins, Counsel
Vinson & Elkins LLP
For over twenty years, Adrianne Goins has resolved disputes for clients. Her practice focuses on commercial arbitration and government contracts disputes with connections to national security. Adrianne also relies on her advocacy skills in advising large commercial companies on compliance with U.S. economic sanctions, preparing voluntary disclosures and license applications, and representing clients before U.S. government agencies. Adrianne’s practice draws upon her experience inside Washington’s policy-making community. She has served as a special assistant to two high-level Defense officials, as a member of the staff of a U.S. Senator, and as a national security analyst at the Brookings Institution and the Congressional Research Service.
Glen M. Lindsay, Esq., Litigation Counsel
Glen Lindsay serves as Litigation Counsel for Saavedra | Goodwin. Glen’s practice concentrates primarily on business, regulatory and real estate litigation with an emphasis on matters involving fraud and/or deceptive business practices as well as matters at the intersection of commercial litigation and government regulatory compliance. Glen has been, and continues to be, on the front lines of litigation matters involving OFAC and its relationship with other state and federal statutes and areas of law, including admiralty and maritime issues as well as the recent amendments to the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Kevin Petrasic, Partner
Davis Wright Tremaine
Kevin Petrasic is widely known for his work in advising leading U.S. and international financial institutions on core bank regulatory issues, critical compliance and policy matters, and risks arising from innovative financial technology. The breadth and sophistication of Kevin’s practice, his long relationships with leading US and international financial institutions, and his broad government experience–including service in senior posts with the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Thrift Supervision and the House Banking Committee–have equipped him to develop practical solutions informed by a deep understanding of regulators’ perspectives, priorities and constantly evolving policy objectives. Kevin’s clients have a particularly high regard for his ability to provide exceptional advice on complex and emerging issues involving both traditional and nontraditional bank charters, such as industrial loan company and special purpose national bank FinTech charters, regtech and artificial intelligence solutions for financial firms, and anti-money laundering issues and OFAC compliance.
Kevin has extensive experience in Dodd-Frank compliance, bank/thrift and holding company regulation, enforcement and transactional matters, troubled bank issues; credit card and consumer financial compliance laws, UDAAP issues, cybersecurity and data privacy/protection issues, compliance laws impacting payments systems, mergers and acquisitions, depository institution powers and activities, cross border regulation of financial firms, legislative matters and analysis, mortgage market regulation, and corporate governance.