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Into A New Era: Changes and Challenges in the Legal...

The National People’s Congress of the PRC approved the Foreign Investment Law of the PRC at the closing meeting of the second session of the 13th NPC on March 15, 2019. FIL will come into force on...

SEC reiterates its position in digital assets

This alert sums up the two cease-and-desist orders and the joint statement the SEC issued on 16 Nov 2018.

Cir Rules on Scope of FCPA Jurisdiction

The US Second Circuit rules that non-US individuals and companies are not subject to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act if they are not employees or agents of a US company and if they do not commit...

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60-second CFIUS: CFIUS Filing Fees Are Here, But...

As of May 1, 2020, parties making a voluntary notice filing with CFIUS will have to pay a filing fee. There is no fee for declarations under the mandatory filing regime. The Treasury Department’s...

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China regulatory and legal round-up | May 7, 2020

General Corporate and Foreign Investment Shanghai published Regulations on Optimizing the Business Environment of Shanghai On April 10, 2020, the People’s Congress of Shanghai passed the Rules...

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CFIUS 60-second statistics: How many China deals get...

There is no doubt China deals have been more difficult to clear during the Trump years than they were previously. A database maintained by KWM shows a clearance rate of over 95% during the final...

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A Guide to Doing Business in China

Opportunities, concerns and issues facing foreign companies investing, operating and sourcing in from China.

Crossing Borders: Enforcement of arbitration awards

The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.

Enforcing your judgment in China

China’s significance in today’s global economy calls for businesses to understand the realities of enforcing a judgment against Chinese-held assets.

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