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Aaron R. Hutman

Aaron R. Hutman

Mr. Hutman is an attorney in the law firm's International Trade practice and is located in the Washington, DC office. He focuses his practice on the intersection of international law, business and U.S. policy. He offers the perspective of over ten years of advising businesses, governments and investors in North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe and Africa.

Mr. Hutman is active in counseling clients on export controls under the EAR and ITAR; OFAC sanctions regimes; Anti-Money-Laundering compliance; the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; international investment and CFIUS matters; U.S., WTO and NAFTA trade litigation and negotiations; and international arbitration. He is also experienced in Latin American business, investment and real estate matters.
Representative Matters
  • Advised international investment fund on sanctions, anti-money laundering, bank transfer, anti-corruption and other legal issues.
  • Conducted investigation in Mexico relating to complex anti-corruption and government-finance issues.
  • Advised Mexican clients on investment in the United States, including application of SEC rules in private placement and impact of U.S. anti-money laundering regimes.
  • Advised government contractor on complex export, services and import issues with Department of Justice, State Department and Commerce Department components.
  • Advised major satellite telecom provider in sanctions matters relating to Cuba, Iran and Africa.
  • Advised international marketing company on sanctions and SEC issues relating to Iran, Syria and Sudan.
  • Worked with multinational company on market entry in Myanmar/Burma, advising on both U.S. sanctions and local business, tax and IP issues in coordination with local counsel.
  • Counseled U.S. client on encryption Export Control matters related to business in Asia and advised on revision of the company’s compliance plan.
  • Won a settlement offer for a client in U.S. customs claim relating to damage of imported property.
  • Advised companies in regards to BIS export control, OFAC sanctions, and ITAR compliance, investigations and due diligence.
  • Negotiated dispute between two of the world’s largest energy companies over a refinery in Singapore and acting as lead associate in subsequent arbitration.
  • Supported an OPIC-financed energy transaction in Georgia with complex FCPA and money laundering issues.
  • Represented UK and Canadian clients before the U.S.-Government tribunals, NAFTA panels and WTO panels.
  • Provided preliminary advice to a private equity and international consulting group on U.S. and EU anti-money laundering issues and OFAC sanctions with regards to their activities in Africa and Latin America.
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