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Commerce Department Plan to Nix “Emerging” and “Foundational” Technologies Distinction in Export Controls

USA - June 24 2022 Those who have been waiting to see how exactly the United States Department of Commerce will distinguish and ultimately control “emerging” and…

Joseph A. Benkert, James M. Brower, Nicholas J. Spiliotes

Lawmakers continue push for review of outbound investments

USA - June 17 2022 Revised draft legislation circulated June 13th is the most recent salvo in a long-running effort that is increasingly likely to create an…

Joseph A. Benkert, Brandon L. Van Grack, Nicholas J. Spiliotes

M&A in 2021 and trends for 2022

USA - January 20 2022 2021 M&A smashed U.S. and global records. The year saw the arrival of a new U.S. administration, the release of COVID-19 vaccines, as well as…

Anthony J. Carbone, Maureen E. Linch, Michael G. O'Bryan

AI trends for 2022 - Export control/CFIUS

USA - December 15 2021 AI and machine learning Technologies remain a focus of the U.S. Government’s national security apparatus. AI is a key sector in the Unites States’…

Rachel Park

BIS releases interim final rule on Export Controls for cybersecurity items

USA - November 5 2021 After several years of foreign and domestic negotiations surrounding controls on intrusion software, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of…

Panagiotis C. Bayz, Brandon L. Van Grack