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Supreme Court Holds American Express’s Antisteering Rules Don’t Violate Antitrust Laws

USA - July 6 2018 On June 25, 2018 the Supreme Court ruled, in a 5-4 decision, that American Express’s antisteering rules do not violate federal antitrust laws. In...

Stanton R. Koppel, Bryan Cave, Philip D. Bartz.

Responding To Third Party (Non-Government) Civil Subpoenas And Document Requests That Ask For Personal Information

USA - June 6 2018 Litigants in a civil dispute often use subpoenas, subpoenas duces tecum, and discovery requests to obtain personal information about individuals who...

Changes Possibly Coming to CFIUS

USA - November 17 2017 Change may be coming to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), but any changes to the jurisdiction or process used by the...

Daniel C. Schwartz, Robert Clifton Burns, Jennifer Kies Mammen.

President Prohibits Chinese Investment in U.S. Semiconductor Company Following Recommendation from CFIUS

USA, China - September 14 2017 On September 13, 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order citing unresolved national security concerns in prohibiting the $1.3 billion...

Daniel C. Schwartz, Robert Clifton Burns, Jennifer Kies Mammen.

Responding To National Security Letters That Ask For Personal Information

USA - July 10 2017 National Security Letters (“NSLs”) refer to a collection of statutes that authorize certain government agencies to obtain information and...

David A. Zetoony.