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Farrah Berse to Discuss Petrobras at IBA Corporate Governance Event

Litigation counsel Farrah Berse will participate in a panel discussion at the International Bar Association's Annual Corporate Governance Conference. Farrah's panel, titled "Lessons Learned From the Petrobras Case," will examine problems related to one of the largest recent bribery scandals, and the risks that multinational enterprises face in doing business with state-owned companies. The event will take place from November 3-4 in Miami.

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