Litigation & Enforcement Partners Ama Adams, María González Calvet and Colleen Conry Named to Latinvex List of Latin America's Top 100 Female Lawyers for 2020

Practices: Anti-Corruption / International Risk, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, Economic Sanctions & Export Control, Government Enforcement / White Collar Criminal Defense, Latin America Tags: Women Attorneys, Diversity

Litigation and enforcement partners Ama Adams, María González Calvet and Colleen Conry have been named to the Latinvex list of Latin America's Top 100 Female Lawyers. In addition to their overall ranking, Ama was individually recognized in the Trade & Sanctions category and Maria and Colleen were recognized individually in the FCPA & Fraud category.

Ama leads the firm’s Economic Sanctions & Export Controls and Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States practices and focuses her work on international transactions and the U.S. government’s regulation of trade and investment. Ama advises clients on these complex issues in a range of industries and frequently works with clients involved in high-risk Latin America markets.

María serves as co-chair of the firm’s global Anti-Corruption and International Risk practice and Latin America Initiative. Recognized for her deep understanding and experience in the application of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery statutes, María has significant experience in anti-corruption and other investigative matters in Latin America across every significant business sector.

Colleen serves as the office managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and is recognized by high-profile clients and multinational corporations for her decades of experience as a trusted partner before and after the commencement of enforcement activity in many international jurisdictions, including in Latin American nations and on cross-border matters.

In compiling its list of top female attorneys, Latinvex evaluated over 100 global law firms examining a number of factors, including an attorney’s recent track record handling major matters, the attorney’s prominence in Latin America, and recognition from third parties, including Chambers and The Legal 500.

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