G. Kenneth Bernhard had asked around the small African village of Murang’a and figured out that the man he wanted to see was named Jack. Bernhard found him in one of the several roadside gift shops about three hours outside of Nairobi, Kenya.

Bernhard had a deal to make with Jack. As a principal attorney at Cohen and Wolf in Westport, Conn., Bernhard has decades of experience negotiating on behalf of municipalities and businesses in litigation and real estate matters.

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