CFIUS Rules for Critical Infrastructure Are Coming, and They’re Not What You Think

Partner Dave Hanke, a go-to national security lawyer for domestic and foreign companies navigating the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, discussed CFIUS rules for critical infrastructure in The National Law Journal.

The article mentioned that “last year’s Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act overhauled the law governing national security reviews by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which can recommend blocking or modifying transactions.” Hanke added that “there’s been a lot of surprises in recent years in the kinds of deals they consider national security, and probably more surprises in store.”

The article pointed out that, as a staffer on Capitol Hill, Hanke was the primary staff architect of the bipartisan legislation. And, it went on to discuss the full package of regulations set to take effect next March.

Read the full article here.


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