On 11/19, María González Calvet, co-chair of the firm’s award-winning global anti-corruption and international risk practice and Latin America initiative, participated in the first Women in White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA) – Brazil Chapter International Webinar on Leadership Legacy, Global Enforcement, and Perspectives.
During the event, María and co-moderator, Marina Nicolosi (Adriana Dantas Advogados), led a discussion on global enforcement with panelists Samantha Chantal Dobrowolski (Brazilian Federal Prosecutor), Lorinda Laryea (Assistant Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S Department of Justice), Karla Maeji (TozziniFreire Advogados), and Tatiana R. Martins (Davis Polk LLP). Panelists examined issues related to national and foreign enforcement measures taken by government agencies, with a focus on what has improved in the process, what challenges remain, and their expectations for the future for enforcement.
The WWCDA is comprised of women attorneys across the globe practicing in the area of white collar defense and investigations. With an international presence of over 40 chapters, the WWCDA focuses on connecting, collaborating, and advancing women attorneys in the white collar sector.
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