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Impact of the Federal Government Shutdown on M&A Transactions, SEC and Investment Adviser Filings and Registrations, Government Contracts, and Litigation

USA - January 9 2019 We summarize below the key impact of the federal government's partial shutdown on M&A transactions, SEC and Investment Adviser filings and...

Michael T. Gershberg, Douglas W. Baruch, Nathaniel L. Asker, Lee T. Barnum, John A. Borek, Jessica Forbes, Andrew B. Barkan, Stacey Song, Daniel J. Bursky, Gail Weinstein.

CFIUS submits Annual Report to Congress

USA - December 8 2010 The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS") is a multi-agency regulatory body empowered to review transactions involving a foreign person and a U.S. business that may affect U.S. national security....

Jay R. Kraemer, Mario Mancuso.

Recent developments

USA - April 9 2010 On April 6, 2010, the President issued a memorandum directing executive agencies to use “every means available” to (1) identify each “prime recipient” that is required to file a report on FederalReporting.gov due to its receipt of funds under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (Recovery Act) and (2) ensure that every such recipient has filed a report....

Joel R. Feidelman, Steven A. Alerding, Joseph J. LoBue, Michael J. Anstett, Brian M. Stanford.

Recent decisions

USA - April 9 2010 The GAO sustained two bid protests challenging the award of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contract for the design and construction of a hospital because the Army unreasonably determined that the awardee did not have Organizational Conflicts of Interest (OCIs) arising through its design subcontractor....

Joel R. Feidelman, Steven A. Alerding, Joseph J. LoBue, Michael J. Anstett, Brian M. Stanford.