DLA Piper’s McDonald features in Silicon Valley Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’
DLA Piper has announced that partner Roy McDonald has been recognised as one of Silicon Valley Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’. Each year, Silicon Valley Business Journal selects 40 professionals who have made significant contributions to their respective industries.
The journal recognised McDonald for his corporate compliance and investigations work, with particular emphasis on anti-corruption and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, as well as his business and securities litigation practice.
McDonald guides the development and execution of corporate compliance programmes, serving as the primary adviser to a number of Fortune 500 and other prominent global companies on compliance.
Silicon Valley Business Journal also acknowledged his service as one of the firm’s pro-bono co-ordinators and a member of DLA Piper’s pro-bono committee, as well as his service on the firm’s local diversity and inclusion committee.
McDonald is profiled in the publication’s 13 December issue.
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