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Recent Publications
11/6/2017 - Books
A Dealmaker’s Guide to CFIUS: Answers to Common Questions from Boards, Bankers and Investors
We are pleased to share the inaugural edition of Mario Mancuso’s book, A Dealmaker’s Guide to CFIUS, with our clients and friends.
10/31/2017 - Alerts
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
As Investigations Continue in Washington, U.S. State Department Issues Sanctions Guidance on Russia’s Defense and Intelligence Sectors
On October 27, 2017, the U.S. State Department released a list of 39 Russian entities identified as being involved in the defense and intelligence sectors, and as a result, U.S. and non-U.S. companies may face sanctions for doing business with these listed entities.
10/27/2017 - Articles
Bloomberg Law White Collar Crime Report
Damming Warrants: The United States’ Latest Foreign Policy Tool?
Mike Casey, Asheesh Goel and Taryn Lewis authored this article regarding the recent usage of so-called ‘‘damming warrants’’ by the U.S. Department of Justice to curb money laundering activities by North Korea.
10/26/2017 - Articles
Bloomberg BNA: Labor & Employment
Pro-Arbitration Policy Gets Put to the Test
A discussion of the application of the federal policy in favor of arbitration to agreements mandating arbitration of small-dollar consumer claims on a non-class-action basis, those in which an arbitration agreement potentially involves employment statutes, and those in which a party is a non-signatory to the arbitration agreement.
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