Erich Ferrari is the founder of Ferrari Legal, P.C., a federal regulatory and criminal defense law firm. Mr. Ferrari began his legal career as a Consultant for the Center for Terrorism Law in San Antonio, TX focusing on legal issues arising out of the U.S. War on Terror, including those related to the imposition of U.S. economic sanctions. He later went on to serve as lead trial counsel in the Washington, DC office of McNabb Associates, P.C., and was named a Partner in 2010. At the beginning of this year Mr. Ferrari resumed his own practice at Ferrari Legal, P.C. Mr. Ferrari is a member of the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar Association, and the Federal Bar Association. In addition, he has practiced in a number of U.S. District Courts around the country. His practice areas include OFAC compliance and licensing, defense of federal regulatory investigations, OFAC blacklist removal, and white collar federal criminal defense. He attended Purdue University graduating in 2002. Mr. Ferrari attended law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law as a Research Fellow for the Center for Terrorism Law, receiving his J.D. degree in May 2006. Since graduating from law school, Mr. Ferrari has represented clients all over the world in a variety of OFAC related matters and has defended a number of high profile criminal clients, including the former Secretary of Finance for the State of Virginia and a former executive of a Fortune 500 company.