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Ryan Brady

White & Case (Washington)

Ryan Brady is a counsel in the global international trade group at White & Case, Washington, and is a member of the firm’s foreign direct investment (FDI) Reviews & US National Security/CFIUS practice. A former government official, Ryan most recently served as Deputy General Counsel at the Department of the Treasury, where his responsibilities included managing significant oversight and investigations matters and providing legal and strategic counsel on a wide variety of issues pertaining to international affairs (including CFIUS), enforcement and intelligence (including sanctions and AML), banking and finance, and tax. Ryan also previously held other senior-level positions in the federal government, including Associate Counsel to the President in the White House Counsel’s Office and Executive Secretary at the Treasury Department. Earlier in his career, Ryan was an associate at White & Case, where his practice focused on government and internal investigations, corporate compliance matters, and complex civil litigation. His experience includes representation of domestic and foreign clients in matters involving allegations of corruption, money laundering, fraud, and collusion. Immediately following graduation from law school, Ryan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Claude M. Hilton of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

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1312 Bulletin

Farhad Jalinous, Karalyn Mildorf, Keith Schomig, Ryan Brady, Michael Crowley, Timothy Sensenig, David Jividen The US Committee on Foreign Investment updates its interpretation of the "completion date" for a transaction to mean the date on which a foreign person obtains any equity interest in a US business


The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) recently issued a new Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) that updates CFIUS’s interpretation of the "completion date" for a transaction, which represents a significant change for transaction parties that have for years relied upon (...)

Farhad Jalinous, Karalyn Mildorf, Keith Schomig, Timothy Sensenig, Ryan Brady The US Government issues the first-ever presidential directive defining national security factors for CFIUS to consider in evaluating transactions


On September 15, President Biden signed an Executive Order (the "EO") identifying national security risks that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS" or the "Committee") must consider when reviewing covered transactions. The EO focuses on five areas: supply chain (...)


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