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Congress Introduces Bill to Expand CFIUS’s Review Authority

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers introduced identical bills in the House and Senate on Wednesday to broaden the authority of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (“CFIUS” or the “Committee”), an interagency committee that reviews foreign investments in U.S. companies, to determine whether such investments pose a risk to national security. The proposed bill, called the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (“FIRRMA”), would broaden CFIUS’s jurisdiction to include review of certain joint ventures and minority investments, and represents the most significant effort to revise the CFIUS process since the passage of the Foreign Investment and National Security Act of 2007.

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The Ropes Recap: Mergers & Acquisitions Law News

Practices: Mergers & Acquisitions

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Linked is the Fourth Quarter 2015 edition of the Ropes & Gray M&A Newsletter. Topics addressed in this edition include:

News from the Courts

  • The Demise of Disclosure-Only Settlements? The Court of Chancery Outlines a New Regime
  • Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Court of Chancery Rulings in the Rural/Metro Case
  • Court of Chancery Reverses Finding of Financial Advisor Aiding and Abetting Liability for Lack of an Underlying Breach
  • Hostile Bid Prevented by Confidentiality Agreement
  • Delaware Court of Chancery Invalidates Charter & Bylaw Provisions Allowing Only “For Cause” Director Removal Where Board Is Unclassified
  • Oregon Supreme Court Enforces Delaware Exclusive Forum Selection Bylaw
  • Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Award of Expectation Damages in Breach of Contract Claim
  • Delaware Court of Chancery Opinion Provides Guidance on the Interpretation of Contractual Provisions Relating to Fraud-Based Claims
  • Delaware Supreme Court Draws Inference that Controller’s Long-Term Friend Is Not Independent
  • Delaware Court of Chancery Binds Investor to Contractually Mandated Fair Value Assessment Determination


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