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Mark Mendelsohn to Discuss Anti-Bribery Enforcement and Its Future at TRACE Forum

Litigation partner Mark Mendelsohn will participate with other former DOJ FCPA Unit chiefs in a panel, “Former Enforcement Officials Reflect on the Last Decade of Anti-Bribery Enforcement and its Future,” as part of the 2024 TRACE Forum. The annual forum brings together senior legal and compliance executives, government officials and seasoned anti-corruption lawyers to exchange best practices and discuss the latest compliance and enforcement trends.

The panel will take place on March 15 at 2:15 p.m. ET in Annapolis.

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