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Roberto Gonzalez and Jessica Carey Co-Author Article on AML Enforcement in The National Law Journal

February 22, 2016 read article

Litigation partners Roberto Gonzalez and Jessica Carey co-authored an article in the February 22 issue of The National Law Journal. The article, "The Government's Making AML Enforcement Personal," addresses recent government initiatives that focus on holding individuals accountable for anti-money laundering violations and the role a company's general counsel plays in navigating this new environment. Litigation associate Anand Sithian assisted in the preparation of this article. 

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