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DLA Piper
In the shadow of Brexit negotiations, the European Parliament agreed on 14 February 2019 to set up an EU level tool to screen FDIs on grounds of security or public order to protect sectors
Hogan Lovells
In recent years, several European Union (EU) Member States, as well as the EU itself, have reconsidered their approaches to foreign direct investment (FDI).
DLA Piper
Poland's economy has strengthened significantly and its real estate market remains strong due to the country's location in the heart of Europe, its excellent economic performance, and the availability of a well-trained workforce, combined with historic low interest rates.
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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On April 21, 2020, Imagination Technologies, a U.K. based company producing graphics processing units used in 11 billion devices globally, was summoned to answer questions by MPs in relation to national security concerns.
Ocorian
Rising numbers of Covid-19 cases paint a bleak picture in Africa.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The US Department of Treasury ("Treasury") has published proposed regulations that would impose fees on filings with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS").
Herbert Smith Freehills
Resilience amidst tough global conditions: Although M&A activity globally was softer in 2019 compared to prior years, we have continued to see resilience
Dentons
On 30 January 2020 Dentons held its first Scottish Real Estate Market Predictions events in Glasgow with a panel of experts from the real estate sector and an Environmental, Social and Governance
Shearman & Sterling LLP
IN THIS INTERVIEW TIM SHEDDICK, PARTNER AT SHEARMAN & STERLING, HIGHLIGHTS THE KEY THEMES HE BELIEVES WILL DOMINATE THE MARKET FOR INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS IN 2020.
Arnold & Porter
As the UK is leaving the European Union on 31 January 2020, we examine what that means for mergers that are currently...
Withers LLP
The UK General Election at the end of 2019 resulted in a substantial majority for Boris Johnson and the Conservative party.
Withers LLP
Nationality is the key that unlocks the protections that international investment agreements, including bilateral investment treaties (BITs), afford to qualifying investors.
Mayer Brown
The UK Government has pledged to adopt legislation to strengthen existing powers to scrutinise and intervene in business transactions in order to protect national security.
Mayer Brown
The UK government has intervened in the proposed £4 billion takeover offer for aerospace and defence firm Cobham plc by US private equity firm Advent International, which was notified to the European Commission ...
Vistra
The UK remains in the international spotlight in 2019 as the first member of the European Union to signal its intention to exit irrevocably from the Union.
Arnold & Porter
As the deadline for Brexit is getting closer and with increasing likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, we set out below how a transaction might become reviewable by the UK Competition and Markets Authority (Cnoted, John. MA) ...
Jones Day
The United Kingdom is taking a careful look at potential direct investments by foreign entities.
Taylor Vinters
As students from across the globe converge on UK universities to begin the new academic year, James Murray questions
Herbert Smith Freehills
London-based partner Nicholas Peacock has authored an article for Manufacturing Today Europe, together with associates Jerome Temme and Olga Dementyeva
Gowling WLG
The current pandemic has heightened uncertainty to new levels.
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