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Mark Mendelsohn to Speak at TRACE Forum

Litigation partner Mark Mendelsohn will participate in a panel discussion at the TRACE Forum, an annual anti-bribery compliance benchmarking conference. Mark's panel is titled "Insights from Former Prosecutors: Recent Cases, the Yates Memo and How to Stay Off the Government's Radar." The event will take place on March 2-3 in Washington, DC.

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