Sara Nordin, counsel at White & Case, is part of the EU specialist export controls and sanctions team, which regularly advises multinational institutions and corporations on a range of matters relating to relevant EU law and policy and Member State enforcement for trade restrictions towards various third countries.
Sara has worked on international trade and customs matters in both the United States and the European Union, and specialises in advising multinational companies, trade associations and sovereign governments on related issues. From her work in Hong Kong, Sara has developed a focus on the EU’s trade and investment relations (including free trade agreements) with various Asian countries.
With respect to trade and customs law, Sara has expertise relating to a range of issues concerning anti-dumping and countervailing duty, classification, origin, valuation, marking, entry procedures, preferential trade regimes and security standards. She has advised clients supplying goods and services on the EU and US markets on aspects of environmental regulations, regulatory compliance, product safety standards (including regulation of genetically modified organisms in the EU and its Member States) and intellectual property regimes (including geographical indications). Sara provides regular advice on trade, customs and institutional matters in relation to existing EU and US free trade agreements, and free trade agreements under EU negotiation.