Asian Lawyer

Sany's Win Chips Away at CFIUS Secrecy. Now What?

When the U.S. government ordered a Sany affiliate to sell land near a U.S. Navy base because of national security concerns, Sany won an unprecedented ruling that CFIUS, the government body that reviewed the transaction, had denied the Chinese company due process. But plenty of obstacles remain for Sany's challenge.

Firms

  • Europe

    Baker & McKenzie to Open Belfast Back Office

    By MP McQueen

    The firm plans to man the office, which will open next month, with 120 employees by the end of the year, and eventually ramp up to as many as 250 employees within the next three years.

  • Asian Lawyer

    O'Melveny Sees Wave of Departures in Singapore

    By Tom Brennan

    Over the past nine months, the Los Angeles-based firm has lost 14 lawyers in its city-state office. Why have so many left, and what does O'Melveny plan to do next?

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Disputes

  • Asian Lawyer

    Sany's Win Chips Away at CFIUS Secrecy. Now What?

    By Anna Zhang

    When the U.S. government ordered a Sany affiliate to sell land near a U.S. Navy base because of national security concerns, Sany won an unprecedented ruling that CFIUS, the government body that reviewed the transaction, had denied the Chinese company due process. But plenty of obstacles remain for Sany's challenge.

  • Europe

    Litigator of the Week: Margaret Zwisler of Latham & Watkins

    By Jan Wolfe

    Reports of aluminum price-fixing by big investment banks and the London Metal Exchange sparked widespread outrage—and class action litigation. Zwisler led LME to an early victory this week, leaving the other defendants to face the plaintiffs on their own.

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People

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