Daniel Lund is an associate in the international trade practice.
Practice & Background
Mr. Lund’s practice focuses on all aspects of international trade, Brexit considerations and antibribery and anti-money laundering matters. This encompasses compliance with U.K. and EU export controls, trade and economic sanctions, antibribery and anticorruption, as well as customs and supply chain analysis. His experience also includes U.S. export controls (International Traffic in Arms Regulations, or ITAR, and Export Administration Regulations, or EAR) and sanctions. Mr. Lund advises across a number of industry sectors, including energy, financial services, IT, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, aerospace and defense, and manufacturing/engineering.
Mr. Lund was awarded the City of London Solicitors’ Company Prize, recognizing him as the most promising solicitor in the City of London. In addition, he completed a Classics Scholarship at the University of California, Berkeley.
- advised multiple FTSE 100 companies on the supply chain impact of Brexit
- advised a major private equity company on risk-profiling and the development and implementation of associated policies and procedures to identify and manage trade compliance risk for its international group entities
- advised a number of international financial institutions, manufacturers, trading houses and consultancy companies on the scope and application of sanctions measures restricting the supply of goods and services, financing and technical assistance in relation to jurisdictions such as Russia, Iran and Syria
- advised a client in the energy sector on the coordination of multijurisdictional investigations into alleged violations of economic sanctions and export control obligations; provided strategic advice in relation to engagement with relevant, competent authorities
- advised a major defense company on the coordination of an internal investigation and handling of a voluntary self-disclosure to relevant export control and customs authorities for alleged violations of trade and customs regulations
- advised an international software developer and telecommunications company on product classification issues for the identification of cryptographic hardware and software, compliance risk, associated cloud computing solutions and regulatory obligations
- advised an international oil and gas development, exploration and production company on the management of third-party risk associated with its subcontractors, suppliers and customers; drafted appropriate contractual terms and conditions and representations and warranties.
- Speaker, International Trade and Compliance Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 19, 2017