WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) August 12, 2014
He is a seasoned litigator with expertise in the U.S. Department of the Treasury regulatory environment with a focus on domestic and international economic sanctions. He has experience in the areas of the Bank Secrecy Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the financial-related sanctions of the USA PATRIOT Act.
“Jeremy brings to Holland & Hart real world experience with complex OFAC, money laundering and related issues,” said Triplett Mackintosh, senior partner of the Trade Sanctions/White Collar practice group. “He will be an important member of the D.C. office trade sanctions team, under the leadership of Steve Pelak. We look forward to his unique contributions to our domestic and international clients who increasingly face difficult trade sanctions challenges.”
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Paner was the New York State Department of Financial Services appointed independent monitor of a major financial institution, responsible for advising and assessing regulatory consent order-related remedial action planning and execution of its enhanced anti-money laundering and economic sanctions compliance program.
Prior to that role, he was the lead OFAC investigator at the U.S. Department of the Treasury responsible for sensitive and complex investigations of Iranian-linked financial institutions. While in that role, Paner gained extensive experience with all issues involving OFAC sanctions targeting sanctions evaders, as well as the financing of WMD proliferation, terrorism, and narcotics. He also has experience in adjudicating petitions for removal from the List of Specially Designated Nationals.
Jeremy received his J.D. from Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law and his undergraduate degree from James Madison University.
Holland & Hart has been recognized as an international leader in export control/trade sanctions defense and compliance. The firm’s attorneys have been at the forefront of seminal export control and trade sanction investigations and enforcement actions involving matters as diverse as defense services in Iraq, nuclear weapons-related technology, and Chinese ballistic missile development. For more about the firm’s Trade Sanctions/White Collar practice group, please visit http://www.hollandhart.com/export-control-trade-sanctions/.