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October 1, 2021

On our new Mintz Direct page, Mintz thought leaders across industries and practice areas offer timely insights on developments that impact our clients and communities. Visit the Mintz Direct page to hear what our experienced attorneys and professionals are saying about what’s happening now.
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An article published by The Deal featured remarks made by Mintz Member and Co-chair of the firm’s Antitrust Practice Bruce Sokler, Member Robert Kidwell, and Special Counsel Farrah Short during a firm webinar held earlier this month focused on recent antitrust developments and what companies should know as they conduct business and plan transactions and investments.
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Law360 Pulse covered a panel discussion held at the annual conference of the Association of Corporate Counsel focused on exploring how corporate counsel should understand, monitor, and stay ahead of enforcement and reputational risks related to global sanctions and transnational crime. Mintz Member Steve Ganis was a panelist along with other top corporate attorneys and law firm partners.
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Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Susan Cohen authored an op-ed published by The Hill in response to a 10-point framework proposed by a group of Republican governors for the Biden administration to consider in addressing the immigration crisis along the southern border. Ms. Cohen remarked on the potential negative impact of adopting these policies and wrote that “it’s time to move beyond a punitive, anti-immigrant, enforcement-oriented immigration agenda, and to put ourselves into these immigrants’ shoes.”