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Carlton Fields Adds Ex-FINRA Enforcement Attorney in D.C.

Carlton Fields regulatory attorney Justin Chretien was featured in Law360 and The National Law Journal articles about his decision to join the firm. Ann Began Furman, who co-chairs Carlton Fields’ Financial Services Regulatory Practice, was also quoted.

"I think it's an opportunity for me to combine the compliance and litigation aspects of my career in a way that can help clients … and ultimately the clients help their own customers, so it's a win-win all around," Chretien told Law360.


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