"Hot Under the White Collar", coverage in Fortune, December 27, 2018, quoting Adjunct Professor Barbara Linney.
B.Com., University of Manitoba; L.L.B., University of Saskatchewan; LL.M., Georgetown
Barbara Linney is a Partner and Co-lead of the International Trade & National Security practice team of the national law firm BakerHostetler. Based in the Washington, D.C. office, she has been advising U.S. and foreign clients on international trade and business issues for nearly 30 years. She serves clients across a broad spectrum of industries, with particular focus on the defense, aerospace, oil and gas, maritime, and medical device industries. Her practice involves representing clients before various federal agencies, including the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Defense, and State, as well as the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (‘OFAC’) and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (‘CFIUS’). Ms. Linney regularly advises clients on a wide range of issues, including U.S. export and import controls imposed by the Arms Export Control Act (‘AECA’), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (‘ITAR’), and the Export Administration Regulations (‘EAR’). She also advises on economic sanctions and trade embargoes administered by OFAC and the U.S. Department of State, including the Iran Sanctions Act and other sanctions legislation, as well as economic sanctions imposed by the United Nations and the European Union and member nations. In addition, she regularly counsels clients on the defense security requirements imposed by the Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency (‘DCSA’), including facility and personnel clearance requirements and compliance with the National Industrial Security Operating Manual (‘NISPOM’); proposed acquisitions under review by CFIUS and related national security issues; measures designed to mitigate Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (‘FOCI’), including negotiation and implementation of Special Security Agreements and Proxy Agreements; and due diligence, notice and regulatory approval requirements in domestic and international corporate transactions. Ms. Linney is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and New York. She also is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, Canada and the Law Society of England and Wales. She is involved in various professional and community organizations including the Association of Women in International Trade, and the Society for International Affairs. Ms. Linney frequently is invited to speak on international trade and business issues at national and international conferences. In addition, she is the author of numerous articles on international trade and business issues.