Identifying UAE “Foreign Officials” for Anti-Corruption Compliance Purposes

  Companies and other organizations doing business in the UAE or with enterprises owned in part by a UAE Government party at any level (e.g., the federal/union government or a government of one of the country's constituent emirates (e.g., Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras al Khaimah), or entities owned in part by any of them, should Read More ...

Proposals to Curb Foreign Investment in the United States May Be Gaining Steam After the U.S. Election

Pre- and Post-Election Scrutiny of Foreign Investment in the United States, Particularly by Chinese and Other State-Owned Enterprises Major acquisitions of U.S. businesses by foreign firms have in recent years garnered increasing attention and push back in the United States. Acquisitions of U.S. businesses by state-owned enterprises (SOEs), particularly Chinese-owned, and their subsequent commercial activities Read More …

Sovereign/State-Owned Enterprises Publications

Proposals to Curb Foreign Investment in the United States Gaining Steam After the U.S. Election, November 2016. Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA): Key Provisions, Practical Implications, and Why Reciprocal Retaliatory Measures by Other Countries Will Not Level the Civil Litigation Playing Field, MassPoint Special Issue Brief, October 2016 (see summary here). Justice Against Sponsors Read More ...

Senate Bill Makes it Easier to Litigate Against State-Owned Enterprises in U.S. Courts

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) have in recent years become more active in cross-border investment and other commercial activity. The raised visibility has attracted public and official scrutiny of SOEs’ corporate structures and governance, as well as the implications of SOE-involved transactions for antitrust/competition, national security, and consumer affairs. More recently, some lawmakers and private sector actors have Read More …