Proposed new fees for filing voluntary transaction reviews before the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States were published Monday in the Federal Register.

Kirkland & Ellis partner and international trade/national security practice leader Mario Mancuso said the final rule would “add an additional important CFIUS consideration for transactions. In addition to deciding how substantive CFIUS risks are allocated in a purchase agreement (for example, relating to potential mitigation measures), transaction parties will need to decide how to allocate payment of fees,” in a statement.

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