Speaking Engagements

Compliance Traps for the Unwary – a Primer on Trade Compliance and Anti-Corruption

Second Annual 'Nuts & Bolts of International Law' Seminar and Networking Lunch

10:30-11:30 a.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz has been invited to speak at the Second Annual “Nuts & Bolts of International Law” Seminar and Networking Lunch on Oct. 24 at the SMU Dedman School of Law. Ms. Schulz will present alongside Fluor Corporation Senior Director Rosario Heppe on “Compliance Traps for the Unwary – a Primer on Trade Compliance and Anti-Corruption.”

The seminar is sponsored by the State Bar of Texas International Law Section, Dallas Bar Association International Law Section, Texas Young Lawyers Association and SMU Dedman School of Law International Law Society. For more information, including registration options, click here.

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