Law360, New York (November 10, 2015, 3:54 PM EST) -- With foreign buyers increasingly setting their sights on U.S. targets, more deals are landing in front of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, where an improperly handled review can derail a transaction, experts say.
Deal advisers must consider the CFIUS from the start, keeping the potential risk of real or perceived national security threats in the back of their mind as they guide a cross-border acquisition targeting a U.S. company.
And while the review serves to determine the risk posed by the buyer and the sensitivity of the target, the process itself can trip up even experienced regulatory...
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