Sydney Stringer is a litigation associate in Hughes Hubbard’s Washington, D.C. office. She has represented clients in a broad range of international trade matters involving trade remedies and export controls and sanctions compliance. Sydney has experience conducting internal investigations into existing sanctions compliance programs, drafting license requests submitted to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and representing clients on trade matters related to Section 301 tariffs and antidumping and countervailing duties.
Sydney is also active in the firm’s pro bono practice and has worked on several pro bono matters, including various projects for the D.C. Appleseed Center for Law & Justice.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Sydney was a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Roy McLeese III on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Before law school, Sydney spent two years in Malawi, where she was an upper-school teacher for the African Bible College Christian Academy.
Since the 1980s, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has had the power to review and block certain transactions by foreign parties in the United States that have raised â€œnational security concerns. Sinc...