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Romania plans to tighten its foreign investment screening rules

The screening of foreign direct investments (FDIs) has been a hot topic for some time now across CEE (as also covered here). Several jurisdictions have adopted stricter measures of scrutiny allowing for the vetting of transactions potentially posing security risks. In line with this trend, the Romanian Competition Council has put forward new draft legislation aimed at tightening the existing FDI screening rules. This draft is subject to public debate until 6 October.

The role and importance of the Post Implementation Review (PIR)

By Shaun Zulafqar As the world begins to move out of lockdown measures in response to COVID-19, companies and their boards will begin to reassess their business continuity plans not only to further strengthen them in the event of another incident or a second wave but also to identify lessons learned and develop narrative reporting […]

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Ropes’ private equity co-chair to leave the firm

Ropes & Gray private equity partner Phil Sanderson is to step down from the firm after more than five years. Phil Sanderson, who joined the US firm from Travers Smith in 2015, is officially retiring from the partnership tomorrow. He has been one of the three co-heads of the firm’s private equity practice since 2018.  […]

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Goodwin attracts BCLP partner to lead UK litigation practice

After a spate of lateral hires in the last 12 months, Goodwin is continuing apace with its London expansion strategy bringing in a new partner from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. The firm has recruited litigation partner Oliver Glynn-Jones, marking Goodwin’s first commercial disputes-focused member in London. Glynn-Jones has been at BCLP for nearly 20 years, […]

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