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Danyll Foix Speaks at National Antitrust Enforcement Conference

News / October 13, 2017

Partner Danyll Foix will be a speaker at the 11th Annual Private Enforcement Conference of the American Antitrust Institute on Nov. 7, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Foix will join a panel discussion of “Agriculture Antitrust Class Actions.”

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