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Abi Hollinger is an associate in Miller & Chevalier's International department. She focuses her practice on matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), including assisting with due diligence, internal investigations, and compliance program enhancements. She also focuses her practice on business and human rights and anti-money laundering regulations. She is fluent in Spanish and frequently advised on matters related to Latin America.

Prior to joining Miller & Chevalier, Ms. Hollinger was a law and policy intern for the Poverty and Race Research Action Council. She also served as a Bilingual Residential Case Manager for the Raphael House Family Shelter and the Bilingual Housing Specialist for St. Vincent de Paul Village.

Ms. Hollinger received her J.D. from the George Washington University Law School where she graduated with honors as a George Washington Scholar. She was also a member of The George Washington Law Review, the Immigration Law Society, and the Women's Law Association. Ms. Hollinger worked with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project.

 

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Money Laundering Enforcement Trends: Spring 2022

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FCPA Winter Review 2022

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FCPA Autumn Review 2021

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The Biden Administration's Sustained Focus on Anti-Corruption in Central America