Client Alert May 26, 2021
- South Korea is an attractive destination for investors in private equity and venture capital, but the country’s changing disclosure rules could risk a drawn-out government investigation.
- Recent changes, designed to relax disclosure for most investors, adds complexity that could be used by the government against international investors to protect domestic companies.
- International parties investing in a Korean company can and should anticipate this risk in a way that maintains both independence and confidentiality.
Client Alert March 12, 2021
Don't Stand Passive Against Anti-Competitive Behavior: U.S. Court Endorses Private Sector Antitrust Tools
- Companies often believe that the only remedy for anti-competitive behavior comes from government intervention.
- However, as a recent U.S. appeals court decision illustrates, private parties can obtain relief themselves, even against “consummated” mergers approved by government regulators.
- This creative strategy is just one of many that companies can deploy by themselves when facing competitive challenges.
Client Alert December 20, 2018
- The U.S. government has made its intentions clear that it will investigate and prosecute PRC-based companies and individuals that it believes employ illegal tactics to compete with U.S. companies in key sectors.
- Future U.S. actions could come from any number of directions.
- Whatever action comes next, a cross-border perspective and willingness to represent PRC-side clients against the U.S. government will be essential to an effective response.
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