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Christopher Frey to Speak at Wall Street Journal’s Anti-Corruption Event

Litigation counsel Christopher Frey will participate in a panel discussion at an upcoming Wall Street Journal luncheon addressing anti-corruption enforcement developments and compliance. The event, which will be moderated by Nicholas Elliott, editor of the Risk & Compliance Journal at The Wall Street Journal, will take place on November 10 in Tokyo.

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