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Mark Mendelsohn to Participate in IBA Conference in Brazil

Litigation partner Mark Mendelsohn will participate in a panel discussion at the International Bar Association’s “IBA Latin American Anti-Corruption Enforcement and Compliance” conference. Mark’s panel is titled “20 Years of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention: What’s Next?” and will discuss the convention’s main gains and possible next developments by OECD country members. The conference will take place on November 6 – 7 in São Paulo, Brazil.

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