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Chinese group wins Cfius legal case

July 16, 2014, Financial Times

Covington's Mark Plotkin is quoted regarding a court ruling allowing a Chinese-owned company to obtain evidence on why its bid for wind farms was rejected.

“In a broad way, it does call into question the invulnerability of judicial review,” said Mark Plotkin, a partner at law firm Covington & Burling. “It shows that Congress can never legislate away the Constitution. But it won’t have a major impact on the actual decisions made by Cfius.”

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