Pessoa in NYC: Patricio Ferrari talks about Fernando Pessoa
November 20 @ 6:00 PM
Brazilian Endowment for Arts (BEA)
240 E 52nd St, Nova Iorque 10022
Wednesday, November 20th, 6:00pm - The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts —in a partnership with The Arte Institute - Portuguese Contemporary Culture— is pleased to present the event "Pessoa in New York", a tribute to the Portuguese Poet and his work.
+ Screening of the movie: "The Gold Rush" by Charlie Chaplin followed by a piano performance by Dong Ha.
November 20, 2019 - 6.00 pm
BEA - Brazilian Endowment For The Arts
240 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022
Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida | P.O. Box 310038, Miami, FL 33231
Thursday, November 7, 2019
Continuing investigations and the after-shocks of Lava Jato are impacting corporate behavior, prosecutorial actions, and investor concerns. Invigorated use of anti-money laundering and asset forfeiture laws, plea bargaining and leniency agreements, and coordinated cross-border enforcement, have heightened extraterritorial risks for Brazilian corporations and individuals.
Join us for a panel discussion that will update Lava Jato related developments, highlight recent innovations in prosecuting white collar crime, and evaluate applicable legal defenses. The panel will also discuss the evolution of corporate compliance programs in Brazil, and best practices to protect against unlawful behavior.
Antonio Piccirillo,Partner,Proskauer Rose LLP
Robert J. Cleary,Partner,Proskauer Rose LLP Eduardo Gaban, Partner, Madrona Advogados
Nick Berg, Partner, Ropes and Gray LLP
Ben Cohen, Principal, Control Risks
Brazilian-American Chamber of CommerceMembers: No Charge 485 Madison Ave (52nd Street)Non-members: $50 New York, NY 10022
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