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Mark Mendelsohn and Farrah Berse to Participate at ACI’s Annual New York Conference on FCPA Act

Litigation partner Mark Mendelsohn and counsel Farrah Berse will participate at the American Conference Institute’s (ACI) 19th Annual New York Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Mark will moderate a panel titled “Interview and Q&A With the SEC: A Dialogue on Internal Controls, FCPA Compliance and Enforcement Developments.” Farrah will speak on a panel titled “Employee Hiring-and the FCPA: How Industry Has Been Strengthening HR Policies and Screening Procedures Post-“Princeling” and Other Key Developments.” The event will take place from April 20-21 in New York City.

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