When Selling Stock or Assets to Non-U.S. Buyer, Remember Your CFIUS Filing

When a U.S. business sells a company or assets to a non-U.S. buyer and the sale has potential national security implications, companies typically conduct a CFIUS filing in order to clear the transaction with the U.S. government.  The entity responsible for CFIUS filings, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United . . . → Read More: When Selling Business to Non-U.S. Buyer, Remember Your CFIUS Filing