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MassPoint works collaboratively with clients to help them anticipate and manage legal, commercial, and reputation risk; solve legal problems; and advance strategic objectives.

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Sanctions, export controls, anti-money laundering, and anti-corruption regulatory counseling and compliance for U.S. and foreign parties.

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High Risk Markets Law & Risk

Legal and strategy advice and representation for U.S. and foreign parties entering or operating in high risk or rule of law deficient markets.

Critical Resources

Advice and representation for investors, operators, and consumers of the essential resources of agriculture, water, and critical minerals.

 

Complex Banking Counseling and Compliance

Specialized advisory services for U.S. and foreign businesses and foreign banks that face disruptions to banking transactions and relationships stemming from jurisdictions, parties, or business and transaction types.

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Islamic banking, finance, and philanthropy transactions and Shari’ah governance and compliance advice for Islamic financial institutions, other businesses, and families, nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations, and individuals.

Small Size, Big Thinking

The independent law and strategy practice of Hdeel Abdelhady, MassPoint is small in size but offers a caliber of legal, policy, and strategic advice that is, at minimum, on par with large legal and professional services providers, with the added value of nimble thinking unconstrained by practice area silos. In working with MassPoint, clients work immediately with an experienced, strategically-minded, and commercially-aware attorney experienced working with diverse clients and their legal, compliance, business, and administrative personnel.

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OFAC Authorizes Transactions Involving Cosco Shipping Tanker (Dalian) Co., Ltd.: Legal and Practical Points

U.S. Sanctions Chinese Shipping Companies: Legal and Practical Points

Foreign Agents Registration Act Enforcement

Global Payments: Hdeel Abdelhady on a Russia-led Non-Dollar Payments System

Hdeel Abdelhady Named American Bar Foundation Fellow

OFAC Expands Reporting Requirements: Analysis

Hdeel Abdelhady Appointed to ABA Task Force on Gatekeeper Regulation and the Profession

Hdeel Abdelhady on NPR: United States Ratchets Up Iran and North Korea Sanctions

U.S.-China Tech War: Whole of Government Legal Strategy

Proposed Legislation Would Restrict Foreign Participation in Academic Research

Nonprofit Organizations and the Foreign Agents Registration Act

U.S.-China Trade, Technology and American Academia: The DOJ China Initiative

Critical Minerals, National Security & Supply Chains (Audio)

Nile Water Dispute: Egypt, Ethiopia and The Grand Renaissance Dam

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Tech War
The confrontation between the United States and China is not just a “trade war” centered on tariffs. More consequentially, the two countries are in the early stages of a tech war: a race to develop or dominate emerging technologies deemed critical to future economic, industrial, and military positioning and leadership. These emerging technologies include Artificial Intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, and advanced computing. On national security grounds, the United States is developing and implementing a whole-of-government approach to maintain the country’s technological edge through legal and policy measures to restrict Chinese access to U.S. technology and intellectual property (IP), including by: (1) limiting or prohibiting commercial transactions, (2) adopting export controls on emerging technologies, (3) instituting supply chain exclusions, (4) curbing participation in academic and other research, and (5) combating cyber intrusions and industrial and academic espionage.[2] Additionally, concerns about Chinese government influence have spurred proposals to regulate the activities of entities viewed as Chinese government influence operators, such as the Confucius Institute.
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