The ongoing federal government shutdown—now the longest in U.S. history—is delaying national security reviews by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States at the U.S. Treasury Department just as their scope has increased under recent legislation, prominent CFIUS practitioners said.

Law firms and their clients are not only experiencing delays in the reviews currently filed, but they can expect a severe backlog once the government resumes operations, the practitioners said.

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