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The UK government’s decision to reverse Nexperia’s ownership of Britain's largest microchip plant will toe the line of FDI litigation
Besides personal data protection and cybersecurity compliance, national security reviews are an additional dimension for firms to consider
Germany has blocked the sale of Dortmund wafer fab to Chinese competitor Silex Microsystems over national security concerns
Dechert's Dan Margulies and Dirk Behnsen explore restructuring options available to the country and lay out likely challenges
The ruling has wide implications for the large number of firms facing insolvency as a result of the ending of Covid support and broader economic difficulties
Ten months into the NSI’s implementation, market participants are looking to test cases to understand the government’s approach to enforcement
IFLR spoke to lawyers who worked on the deal about the challenges of striking a stabilisation deal after the energy giant got hit by Russian gas curtailments
In this edition of IFLR’s explainer series, we unpick the European Commission’s new power and how it will impact dealmakers
The decision in Shandong Chenming Paper Holdings sheds light on the second core requirement at a time when distressed Chinese entities may be increasingly using the jurisdiction’s courts
The Delaware Court of Chancery could reach a decision fairly quickly if the social media giant continues to press Tesla's CEO to consummate the $44 billion acquisition
The proposals to create a more level playing field in the EU’s markets have been broadly welcomed but questions remain about how the rules will be implemented
The EU Artificial Intelligence Act’s broad scope and definitions leave many financial services firms perplexed on the exact details of what will be regulated and how to be compliant
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In our latest primer, IFLR explores France’s long-awaited guidelines on the screening of foreign direct investments
IFLR explores the plan's benefits, how firms and creditors should prepare, and potential implementation challenges
In this edition of IFLR’s explainer series, we unpick the European Commission’s new power and how it will impact dealmakers
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the impact of the amendment and of newly added provisions on M&A and on foreign companies operating in China
The UK is often deemed a relatively trustworthy and easy jurisdiction to bid into, but it does have its quirks when it comes to overseas investors looking to buy a British company
As the dust begins to settle on the economic upheaval the sanctions have caused, IFLR unpicks their implications and ponders the long-term consequences for financial services
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the impact of the rules on foreign investments and the implications of the newly added listing regulations for restricted sectors
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at how companies are preparing for the new law and what areas are the most challenging to comply with
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at how companies are preparing for the revised code and areas where it still falls short, such as gender diversity and board independence
IFLR’s latest explainer looks at the challenges that lie ahead for businesses, their strategies, how the law compares with the GDPR, and what aspects still lack clarity
The Americas awards research has now begun, with winners to be announced in New York in May 2023
Competition law needs to be reassessed in a context of increasing inequality and economic disquiet
As the FTC pushes the enforcement boundaries, critics are turning the tables with chatter about spinning off its competition bureau
The new rules will complement existing antitrust laws but may pose implementation inconsistencies in areas such as remedies