Bloomberg Law
Feb. 8, 2022, 11:15 AM

JBS Hires New Compliance, Ethics Chief Amid Antitrust Fights

Brian Baxter
Brian Baxter

JBS SA, the world’s largest meat supplier, has tapped one of its outside law firms for a new head of ethics and compliance as it looks to turn the page on antitrust woes that have cost the company and its affiliates nearly $300 million.

Nora Feher, a complex litigation associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, joined JBS USA Holdings Inc.—the Brazilian company’s U.S. affiliate—as its ethics chief last month. Company spokeswoman Nikki Richardson said Feher reports to chief legal officer Kevin Arquit, who joined JBS last year.

Quinn Emanuel has been representing JBS in several antitrust actions related to ...

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