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CFIUS Reform and “Emerging and Foundational Technologies”

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New CFIUS regulations went into effect on February 13, 2020, implementing extensive reforms authorized by the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA). The presentation discusses key elements of the new regulations and their impact on cross-border M&A as well as the experience thus far with the new mandatory CFIUS filing requirements associated with “critical technologies.” Examine the Commerce Department’s efforts to identify and define “emerging and foundational technologies” that should be controlled for export pursuant to the Export Control Reform Act of 2018 (ECRA), and the implications for companies focusing on AI, 5G, and other emerging technologies.     

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  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2021

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Damara Chambers, Heather B. Johnston

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CFIUS Reform and “Emerging and Foundational Technologies” (Jun 2020)

New CFIUS regulations went into effect on February 13, 2020, implementing extensive reforms authorized by the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA). The presentation discusses key elements of the new regulations and their impact on cross-border M&A as well as the experience thus far with the new mandatory CFIUS filing requirements associated with “critical technologies.” Examine the Commerce Department’s efforts to identify and define “emerging and foundational technologies” that should be controlled for export pursuant to the Export Control Reform Act of 2018 (ECRA), and the implications for companies focusing on AI, 5G, and other emerging technologies.       

Originally presented at: May 2020 Technology Law Conference

Damara Chambers, Vinson & Elkins LLP - Washington, DC
Heather B. Johnston, Thales - Austin, TX

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