Kaveh Miremadi is an Enforcement Section Chief with the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). He leads a team of sanctions enforcement officers who conduct civil investigations of sanctions violations. Mr. Miremadi and his team have investigated many of the most impactful sanctions enforcement matters OFAC has published over the past several years.
Prior to joining OFAC, Mr. Miremadi was a licensed attorney in private practice. His law practice focused primarily on economic sanctions, export controls, and federal and white-collar criminal law. Mr. Miremadi advised and represented a wide range of business and individual clients in federal criminal prosecutions and regulatory investigations as well as on transactional, licensing, and compliance matters related to economic sanctions, export controls, and other trade and national security related laws.
Mr. Miremadi teaches a course on U.S. economic sanctions and export controls at American University’s Washington College of Law, where he also earned his Juris Doctor with Honors. He also graduated with Honors from the University of California Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Society with an emphasis in Criminal Justice.