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See version in english Suzanne E. WACHSSTOCK, American Express: Counseling a complex global business

INTERVIEW : COUNSELING - GLOBAL BUSINESS

Suzanne E. WACHSSTOCK, American Express : Counseling a complex global business

Interview réalisée par Elai Katz, Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP, New York.

2007 to present Vice President and Chief Antitrust Counsel, American Express 2003 to present Various leadership positions in the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association 1998 to 2007 Wiggin and Dana, associate and partner 1994 to 1998 Davis Polk & Wardwell, associate Finn Dixon & Herling, associate 1994 Harvard Law School, JD 1990 Harvard College, AB (Social Studies) 1. How did you end up becoming an in house lawyer ? Did you plan to end up in this role ? I'll take a risk and start with a confession – I did not take an antitrust class in law school because I thought it sounded a bit dull ; at the time, I was more interested in constitutional law and jurisprudence than administrative and regulatory issues. But early in my first year as a litigation associate at

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Suzanne WACHSSTOCK, Suzanne E. WACHSSTOCK, American Express: Counseling a complex global business, September 2014, Concurrences Review N° 3-2014, Art. N° 67441, www.concurrences.com

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