Susanna Fodor: Building Capitalist Bridges To HungarySunita Wadekar-Bhargava
Visitors to Susanna S. Fodor's office might think they had stumbled into a construction engineer's room. Hard hats of every color line the walls -- "my real estate trophies," she says. Fodor has spent the better part of 19 years as a lawyer handling real estate and construction contracts. Lately, she has combined those skills with one acquired in childhood -- speaking Hungarian -- to recast her career at law firm Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue. Fodor is an East European specialist pursuing deals in the country of her birth.
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