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Mark Mendelsohn to Discuss Corruption Risks in the Legal Profession at IBA Conference

Anti-Corruption and FCPA Practice Group Chair Mark Mendelsohn will co-moderate a panel, “The IBA’s Survey of Corruption’s Impact on the Legal Profession: Results and Next Steps,” as part of the International Bar Association’s 20th Annual Anti-Corruption Conference. The panel will discuss IBA’s recent global lawyers’ survey assessing corruption risks facing practitioners across jurisdictions and practice areas, and will explore potential next steps, using the survey results as a guide to combat risk.

Mark’s panel will take place in Paris on June 13 at 3:45 p.m. CEST.

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