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JRD Law's founder, Jo Ritcey-Donohue, has been the lead cross-border risk and compliance counsel for some of the world's largest companies and most sophisticated transactions, such as the following:

  • NYSE-listed, US headquartered multinational construction and agriculture company $5 billion acquisition of a European-headquartered multi-national
  • Global investment banks underwriting a $2 billion Global Offering of one of China's largest asset managers on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • European public company conglomerate multi-jurisdictional internal investigation and successful voluntary disclosure to US and non-US export control governmental enforcement agencies
  • US subsidiary of a non-US retail company resolution of a $60 million penalty from U.S. Customs and Border Protection and further enabling a global company sale to proceed
  • Foreign sovereign uranium trading entity import enforcement actions, government settlement and U.S. Supreme Court appeal
  • Start-up company request for exclusions from Section 301 Tariffs on imports from China
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI), automated navigation technology platform company compliance internal review and counseling for global production expansion.
  • Swiss Exchange-listed, multinational company advisement on state prohibited investment listing for sanctioned country dealings and export compliance
  • NASDAQ-listed, US-headquartered global company voluntary self-disclosures to OFAC and US Department of Commerce, BIS to resolve Iran and Huawei sanctions potential liability
  • EU-headquartered, global aviation cargo services company compliance with sanctions and export control laws
  • Global banks underwriting a $1 billion Initial Public Offering a Chinese technology company on the New York Stock Exchange
  • US cybersecurity technology company $800 million acquisition by a non-US sovereign telecommunications entity
  • Multinational solar company global regulatory risk disclosures to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • US private equity firm $750 million acquisition of a non-US offshore oil multinational company
  • Global investment bank underwriting a $1.5 billion Global Offering of one of China's oil & gas state owned entities
  • Worldwide aviation services company managing over $1 billion in freight services acquisition by a US private equity firm
  • China railway industry entity $1.4 billion Global Offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • European aerospace multinational company $600 million acquisition of a non-US aerospace and defense company and its US subsidiaries