Brittney focuses her practice on international trade law. She represents clients in anti-dumping and countervailing duty proceedings such as investigations, scope ruling requests and various reviews, before the U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. International Trade Commission. Brittney assists with Section 337 investigations of unfair imports and advises clients on Customs and Border Protection issues, anti-corruption laws, export controls and economic sanctions. She also represents clients in appellate matters before the U.S Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

In addition, Brittney advises clients on:

  • complex commercial disputes
  • government contracts and procurement
  • regulatory issues before the Food and Drug Administration

Before Fox Rothschild

Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Brittney was an associate in the Washington, DC office of a national law firm, where she started as a law clerk. Brittney also clerked for the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and a consumer bankruptcy law firm in Richmond, Virginia.

Brittney interned in the immigration clinic of a full-service law firm. Before attending law school, she worked as a government relations research assistant at a public affairs firm.

Beyond Fox Rothschild

Brittney is active in her community. She serves as a board member of Operation International Gift of Knowledge, a nonprofit that provides food, medical treatment and educational materials to children in extreme poverty, and as a fundraising committee member of the O.U.R. Dream Foundation, a charity that provides education on entrepreneurism and financial literacy to underserved communities. She is also involved with the D.C. Legal Aid Society's Generous Associates Campaign.

Representative Matters

  • Represented a U.S. importer in a Lanham Act, New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, and common law fraud case against a foreign supplier and exporter.
  • Assisted in the successful defense of an economic development authority in a public housing contract case. Judgement was affirmed by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Defeated an employment discrimination claim against a government contractor via a Motion for Summary Judgment.