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Norman E. Pashoian, III (03/07/14)
Norman Pashoian, a non-legal professional in the National Security/CFIUS Practice, provides non-legal strategic advice on compliance with Department of Defense and Department of Energy industrial security regulations. His focus centers on Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence (FOCI) matters as they pertain to US government contractors, including FOCI mitigation arrangements. Norm also has broad experience in compliance matters pertaining to industrial security regulations including facility security and personnel security clearance matters.
Ronald K. Henry (03/07/14)
Ronald Henry leads the Government Contracts and Export Compliance practice groups and focuses his practice in the area of prevention and early detection of problems in the formation and performance of government contracts. In matters where litigation involving a contract formation dispute cannot be avoided, Mr. Henry brings extensive, successful experience in representing incumbents, challengers, awardees, and disappointed bidders in "bid protest" type litigations.
Brandt Pasco (03/07/14)
Brandt Pasco focuses his practice on government regulation related to national security, including export controls, foreign acquisitions of US businesses and the National Industrial Security Program.
Jennifer Fernandez (03/07/14)
Jennifer Fernandez is an Associate in the National Security, Government Contracts & Regulatory Compliance Department of Kaye Scholer’s Washington, DC office.
David Hibey (03/07/14)
David Hibey concentrates his practice in the areas of trial and appellate litigation, white collar criminal investigations and defense of corporations and individuals.
Karalyn Meany Mildorf (03/07/14)
Karalyn Meany Mildorf is Counsel in the National Security/CFIUS Practice Group of Kaye Scholer’s Washington, DC office, focusing her practice in the areas of Exon-Florio reviews before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), industrial security and export control compliance.
Keith Schomig (03/07/14)
Keith Schomig is an Associate in the National Security/CFIUS practice group, focusing his practice in the areas of Exon-Florio reviews before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and foreign ownership, control, or influence (FOCI) mitigation matters before the US Departments of Defense and Energy. His experience includes working on major defense industry acquisitions, representing clients in numerous CFIUS reviews and investigations, and advising companies regarding a multitude of FOCI mitigation and compliance matters. Keith has also participated in a pro bono project to obtain compensation for Holocaust survivors.
Farhad Jalinous (03/07/14)
Farhad Jalinous is a Partner and Chair of the firm’s National Security, Government Contracts and Regulatory Compliance Department and the National Security/CFIUS Practice Group. His experience includes negotiating some of the most complex and sensitive national security agreements approved by the U.S. government. Farhad has represented top Fortune 500 companies in their investments in U.S. companies involving national security issues. He represents foreign clients and their domestic affiliates in connection with the regulatory aspects of investing in the United States.
Claudia R. Higgins (03/07/14)
Claudia Higgins joined Kaye Scholer following over two decades of distinguished service as an antitrust litigator with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). An antitrust partner in the firm’s Complex Commercial Litigation department, Claudia represents Fortune 500 companies in significant antitrust matters, particularly high-profile mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, as well as in private antitrust litigation and civil investigations by the FTC, the US Department of Justice (DOJ), and numerous international regulatory agencies. Her experience in antitrust matters spans a widely diverse set of industries, including consumer goods, defense and aerospace, natural resources, technology and health care.