Greg Spak is the head of White & Case's International Trade Group.
Greg supports clients in the full spectrum of issues arising from international trade regulation. A partner in the White & Case global trade group since 1995, his significant track record and reputation have made him a trusted adviser for sovereign governments and global companies involved in international trade.
As a litigator, Greg has handled trade-related litigation before national administrative agencies, national courts at the trial and appellate level, and arbitral panels organized under regional and multilateral trade agreements. In recent years, he has gained significant experience handling disputes before the World Trade Organization (WTO). He has also acted as lead counsel in several proceedings before WTO panels and the Appellate Body.
Committed to providing clear, value-driven counsel, Greg's advisory practice spans international trade issues resulting from various types of government investigations, including false claims and customs fraud, as well as from private corporate matters. Greg's thorough knowledge of the regulatory landscape makes him a trusted adviser regarding compliance with laws and regulations related to customs, export control, cross-border investment and economic sanctions.
Noted for his critical insight into the latest developments in international trade law, Gregory has lectured at professional events and seminars across the globe. He has also written widely on related topics for a number of respected legal publications.