Edward Hanover, who was FIFA’s first chief compliance officer for the past three years, will become a partner at DLA Piper in Palo Alto on Sept. 3. He said he will focus on the sports, media and entertainment law practice.

In an interview with Corporate Counsel Thursday, Hanover said he left the Fédération Internationale de Football Association in Zurich, Switzerland, three weeks ago with mixed feelings. With 211 member associations from all over the globe, FIFA is the world’s largest sports organization.

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