Amy A. Jicha advises clients on national security and international trade matters, including cross-border investments, economic sanctions, and public policy.
Ms. Jicha has experience advising on national security reviews of complex cross-border transactions by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). She advises clients with respect to managing CFIUS risks across a range of topics.
She also advises on economic sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption laws, and export controls (the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)). She has experience developing compliance programs, conducting due diligence for corporate transactions, and interacting with government agencies in connection with compliance and other proceedings.
Ms. Jicha has prior experience representing banks, financial institutions, sponsors, and asset managers on a broad range of financing transactions.
- Jinping and the Beanstalk: The Tale of Feuding International Giants and How the Planting of Agricultural Tariffs Cultivated a Trade War – Emory International Law Review (2020)
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association (Young Lawyers Division)
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Arizona State University, B.S., Psychology and B.A. in Political Science, 2017, summa cum laude, Moeur Award recipient; graduated with honors (from Barrett, the Honors College); Minor in Religious Studies; Certificate in Human Rights
- Emory University, J.D., 2020, with Honors; Clinical Legal Education Award for Outstanding Service; Executive Managing Editor for Emory International Law Review
- North Carolina