Our National Security and Corporate Espionage practice has unparalleled experience at the most senior levels of government and an unmatched understanding of the current cyber, espionage, and national security risk and regulatory landscape. We assist global clients in developing risk mitigation strategies related to their key assets, expanding into foreign markets, assessing major transactions, navigating the CFIUS process, addressing supply chain risks, meeting new government contracting requirements, minimizing the impact of security incidents and responding to regulatory actions, lawsuits and congressional inquiries.
To do so, we draw upon:
March 13, 2023
DOJ Corporate Enforcement Policy Revisions Target Executive Compensation, Following Multi-Agency Trend
March 7, 2023
U.S. Outbound Investment Review Regime Moving Forward
May 18, 2021
President Biden's Executive Order to Improve Cybersecurity Issued
March 9, 2023
Phil Ludvigson discusses the RESTRICT Act and its scope in comparison to the Defense Production Act
December 2, 2022
Amelia Medina, who recently served in senior roles at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice, rejoins as a partner in the firm's Special Matters and Government Investigations practice in Washington, D.C.
December 1, 2022
Former FBI and DOJ Official Amelia Medina Returns to King & Spalding as Partner
J.C. Boggs to Speak on The Federalist Society’s WebinarView all events