Adrianne Goins resolves disputes for clients. Her practice focuses on international commercial arbitration and government contracts disputes. Adrianne advises clients on national security matters including U.S. economic sanctions.
Adrianne is experienced in all phases of dispute resolution, from case assessment and discovery, to motions practice, trial preparation, mediation, and hearings before arbitration and administrative panels. She has represented prime government contractors and subcontractors, energy companies, and other major commercial concerns in disputes involving services, teaming agreements, transportation, construction, and other projects in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
With experience inside Washington’s policy-making community, Adrianne is a trusted advisor on major legislative and policy developments including the Paycheck Protection Program and other measures related to the coronavirus pandemic. She has served as a special assistant to high-level Defense officials, as a member of the staff for a U.S. Senator, and as a national security analyst at the Brookings Institution and the Congressional Research Service.