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General Electric’s executive counsel moves to private practice

Calvet

The executive counsel in US conglomerate General Electric (GE)’s global investigations team, María González Calvet, has left the in-house world to become a partner at Ropes & Gray's anti-corruption and international risk practice. She tells LACCA about the benefits that trusted in-house counsel bring to companies navigating today’s anti-corruption landscape.

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