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Barcelona, Spain - La Sagrada Familia
July 08, 2019
Repeal of the Catalonian Civil Code Reform
The prohibition to create successive pledges applies again as the Catalonian Parliament could not ratify Royal Decree 9/2019.
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Displaying Thought Leadership item(s) about CFIUS & US National Security
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  • September 01, 2018
     
    Globe Puzzle 1 Latham lawyers Hiroki Kobayashi and Steven Croley have authored an article published by Japan Institute for Overseas Investment (Japanese-language only).
     
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  • July 30, 2018
     
    Globe Europe 3 Article provides a primer on CFIUS review of foreign direct investment and the potential for significant US reform as well as developments in Germany and the EU reform initiative. Published in the German antitrust publication Neue Zeitschrift für Kartellrecht.
     
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  • April 25, 2018
     
    US Globe New legislation to reform the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States remains a strong possibility.
     
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  • October 02, 2017
     
    financial graph Calendar Year 2015 CFIUS Report reflects review of transactions for national security risks is generally taking longer, with Chinese investors leading all others.
     
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  • May 05, 2017
     
    Globe Sphere An overview of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and the process through which CFIUS reviews proposed transactions subject to its jurisdiction.
     
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  • September 13, 2013
     
    International Flags In response to an increasingly rigorous CFIUS review process, companies are exploring different ways to structure acquisitions to avoid foreign acquisition of control.
     
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  • January 18, 2013
     
    The 2011 Annual Report offers various insights into foreign investment trends as well as factors CFIUS considers during its national security deliberations.
     
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