WEBCAST: Buyer AND Seller Beware - New Regulations Expand Scope and Powers of CFIUS Over FDI Deals [Part 2]
May 26, 2020
Credit: 0 Credit Hours
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On February 13, 2020, two sets of new regulations entered into effect that significantly expand the scope and powers of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). Intended to implement various provisions of the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA), one set of regulations permits CFIUS to review certain non-controlling investments in certain US businesses involved with critical technology, critical infrastructure, or sensitive personal data (TID-Related Regulations), and the other set of regulations allow CFIUS to analyze certain covered real estate transactions (Real Estate-Related Regulations).
During this program, which is the second in a two-part series, a diverse panel comprised of experienced CFIUS practitioners and high-level U.S. Government officials who have participated in many CFIUS reviews will discuss key aspects of the Real Estate-Related Regulations and what attorneys must know about them when advising their clients on covered real estate transactions.
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Sponsored by: International Trade Committee of the D.C. Bar International Law CommunityRelated Community of Interest: D.C. Bar Law Student Community; D.C. Bar Real Estate, Housing and Land Use Community
Co-sponsor: American Bar Association's International Law Section; the Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA); the Virginia State Bar's International Practice Section; and the Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT)
Webcast registrants will receive access information by logging into the D.C. Bar website. You will need a headset or working computer speakers to hear the audio portion of the presentation.
- Daniel Burke, U.S. Navy
- James Harris, U.S. Department of the Treasury
- Tatiana Sullivan, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
- Geoffrey Goodale, Duane Morris LLP (Moderator)
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION$0 D.C. Bar International Law Community Member
$0 D.C. Bar Law Student Community Member
$0 D.C. Bar Real Estate, Housing and Land Use Community Member $10 Cosponsoring Organizations
$15 D.C. Bar Member
$95 Group Webcast
REGULAR REGISTRATION *After Friday, May 22, 2020$10 D.C. Bar Law Student Community Member
$15 D.C. Bar International Law Community Member
$15 D.C. Bar Real Estate, Housing and Land Use Community Member
$20 Cosponsoring Organizations$20 Government/Non-Profit
$25 D.C. Bar Member
$105 Group Webcast
James Harris, U.S. Department of Treasury
Geoffrey Goodale, Duane Morris LLP (Moderator)
Tatiana Sullivan, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP