Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp

Dentons (Tysons Corner)
Partner

Ken Nunnenkamp is Partner with Dentons. He represents and assists clients in international trade, national security and related matters before US government agencies, including the US Departments of State, Commerce, Homeland Security, Defense and Treasury and in federal courts. His practice encompasses internal investigations and disclosures (voluntary disclosures and responding to government demands); federal court defense against government actions; compliance counseling and training; transactional due diligence (including both domestic and cross-border transactions) and statutory submissions to US government agencies. Ken lectures regularly on CFIUS, export investigations and export control and compliance issues. He is an author of numerous articles and book chapters, and serves as a resource for general and industry publications regarding export, economic, and national security issues. Ken served in the Marines as a JAG officer and represents veterans pro bono before the Board of Veterans Appeals, the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the Federal Circuit and various military discharge review boards.

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Articles

805 Bulletin

Bevin M.B. Newman, Giovanna M. Cinelli, Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Peter J. Wang, Sébastien J. Evrard, Yizhe Zhang The Chinese MOFCOM publishes final rules on the national security review of foreign investment in national companies

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China has published new rules to implement the national security review that will be conducted as part of the review of mergers and acquisitions by foreign investors and involving Chinese companies. These rules provide for review and potential rejection of acquisitions of Chinese companies by (...)

Bevin M.B. Newman, Giovanna M. Cinelli, H. Stephen Harris, Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp, Peter J. Wang, Sébastien J. Evrard, Yizhe Zhang The Chinese State Council publishes a notice detailing its national security review procedure for the acquisition by foreign investors of domestic companies

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The State Council of the People’s Republic of China has published a notice detailing its national security review («NSR») procedure for the acquisition by foreign investors of domestic Chinese companies («NSR Notice»). The NSR Notice, which implements Article 31 of the PRC Anti-Monopoly Law, will be (...)

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