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Elliott Greenleaf’s Rafael X. Zahralddin-Aravena moderated a one-hour webinar for Financial Poise Webinars with the firm’s Jonathan Stemerman, Michael Skopets of Miller & Chevalier Chartered and Jonathan Brand of Transworld Systems Inc. serving as panelists, according to a press release.

The webinar was titled “Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance” and is part of a multipart series on compliance moderated and developed by Zahralddin-Aravena.

The webinar series covers corporate and regulatory compliance as it relates to procurement and government contracting, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, data privacy and social media, according to a release. The episodes examine these topics from a company’s perspective, delving into compliance issues that pertain to specific company practices across industries and borders and impact companies of all sizes and types.

Zahralddin-Aravena is the chair of the firm’s national commercial bankruptcy and restructuring practice and a founding shareholder of the Delaware office.

He has represented a variety of creditors in Delaware Bankruptcy Court, including landlords, trade creditors, government entities, preference defendants, secured lenders, indentured trustees and unofficial committees of bondholders.