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MoFo Scores Sanctions Atty Who Headed OFAC


26 Jul 2018
Reprinted with permission.

“My future will be spent largely on a plane and I look forward to that, because the work at OFAC was frequently complex, challenging, but crisis-driven,” said John E. Smith on joining Morrison & Foerster. “And I expect the same in private practice. I need to be available when and where the clients need me. That's what I signed up for.” 

Read more about Mr. Smith’s unmatched sanctions experience from his time as Director of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control in the Law360 article “MoFo Scores Sanctions Atty Who Headed OFAC.”



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