Mark your calendars for MoFo’s third annual MoForward program, which will be held once again at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner, on November 5. For more details and to register, click here.
Leading up to our event, we will post sneak peaks of our agenda. This week, we will cover the National Security + CFIUS session, New and Modernized Foreign Investment and Export Control Regime.
MoFo Sr. National Security Advisor Joe Benkert and Of Counsel Charles Capito will discuss the robust new regulations implementing the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA) and export control reform. The new regulations are out and include new definitions and provisions that affect a wide range of transaction involving foreign capital. Joe and Charles will also provide observations, updates, and pointers from their dealings with CFIUS over the past year.
The landscape in this area is in a period of critical and near constant change. Joe and Charles will provide up-to-the-minute developments on foreign investment and national security reviews.
The National Security team’s recent publications on National Security, CFIUS, Sanctions + Export topics:
- CFIUS’s Axe to Grind: China’s Kunlun Reportedly Forced to Divest Grindr Amid Concerns Over Sensitive Personal Data (Morrison & Foerster Client Alert, 4/2/2019)
- CFIUS Means Business, Unwinding Non-Notified Transactions and Penalizing Non-Compliance with Mitigation Agreements (Morrison & Foerster Client Alert, 4/15/2019)
- Chinese Telecom Companies Under Fire: Commerce Moves to Cut Off Huawei From U.S. Technology, With More Restrictions Coming (Morrison & Foerster Client Alert, 5/16/2019)
- Commerce Issues Narrow License for Certain Transactions with Huawei (Morrison & Foerster, 5/23/2019)
- New Rule Implementing NDAA Prohibition: U.S. Agencies Cannot Enter Contracts That Use Chinese Telecom Technology (Morrison & Foerster Client Alert, 8/9/2019)