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Chris Boehning to Address FIFA Global Compliance Summit

Litigation partner Chris Boehning will speak at the Fourth FIFA Compliance Summit about “The Importance of Compliance to FIFA’s Victim Remission Petition with the U.S. Department of Justice.” The summit is aimed at hundreds of global compliance officials across FIFA’s 211 member organizations, with a focus on expanding compliance best practices so that such practices are embedded as a shared mindset and culture. Chris’s speech, which will include a Q&A with FIFA Director of Compliance Patrick Trépanier, will focus on the $201 million remission petition he negotiated on FIFA’s behalf.

The summit will be held in San José, Costa Rica and live-streamed to the public via FIFA.com; Chris’s speech will occur on Monday, September 26 at 8:20 a.m. E.T.

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