Michael Burke, a corporate partner at Arnall Golden Gregory in Washington, D.C., takes over as chairman of the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law on Aug. 9. One of his priorities is to focus on the rights of the disabled worldwide. During an interview with The National Law Journal Burke talked about the disabled, the legal implications of the debt crisis sweeping Europe, the burgeoning Chinese economy and the democratic shifts in the Middle East. He also discussed increased government enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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