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US Commerce Department Proposes Sweeping New Rules for National Security Review of US Information and Communications Technology or Services Transactions

USA - December 2 2019 On November 27, 2019, the US Department of Commerce published a notice of proposed rulemaking (“Notice”) that would establish sweeping new authority…

Angela E. Giancarlo, Jason Hungerford, Yoshihide Ito, Timothy C. Lee, Elizabeth E. Owerbach, Tamer A. Soliman, Jing Zhang

Trans-Pacific Partnership Takes On E-Commerce, Cybersecurity and Encryption

USA - February 4 2016 The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPP) was signed on February 4, 2016. The TPP concerns a wide range of issues and has been negotiated…

Kendall C. Burman, Rajesh De, Kelsey M. Rule

Key Trends in International Trade from the Biden Administration Impacting Global Supply Chains

USA - March 30 2021 Elections matter, and the Biden Administration is quickly putting its stamp on US trade policies in ways that will have a significant impact on global…

Sydney H. Mintzer, Warren S. Payne, Tamer A. Soliman

Commerce Announces Section 232 Investigation into Imports of Key Electrical Transformer Components

USA - May 6 2020 On Monday, May 4, the U.S. Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) announced that it will initiate an investigation into imports of key electrical…

Duane W. Layton, Jennifer L. Parry, Tiffany L. Smith

US Commerce Department Rulemaking on “Foundational Technologies” to Further Expand Export Controls and Mandatory CFIUS Declaration Requirements

USA - August 31 2020 On August 27, 2020, the US Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry & Security (“BIS”) published the long-awaited advance notice of proposed…

Yoshihide Ito, Elizabeth E. Owerbach, Jennifer L. Parry, Tamer A. Soliman, Jing Zhang