It’s been a head-spinning week in the world of CFIUS, international trade and cyber security. First, a few regulatory deadline notifications: Deadline Notification: Bureau of Economic Analysis form BE-12. Friendly reminder regarding the looming May 31 due date for filing the Bureau of Economic Analysis 5-year benchmark survey on form […]
Another big week in the world of CFIUS, international trade and cyber security. We’ll start with the story that deserves far more attention than it’s getting. Atlanta ransomware attacks: For more than a week, components of the city’s critical infrastructure—with the noted exception of the 911 system and water purification […]
Several outlets are reporting that the Trump administration is considering declaring a national emergency to justify the invocation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of 1977 (IEEPA). This would provide the administration considerable authority to impose a broad range of economic measures to counteract China’s international trade policies, notably […]
As the White House prepares to levy punishing tariffs on an array of Chinese goods, it is planning a much more strategic strike against China’s dominance in cutting-edge technology by restricting investment in American innovation. Read Full Story Here.
It was a huge week in the world of CFIUS, trade and cyber security. Here are some of the top stories.