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Judge orders Obama to explain rejection of Chinese bid to buy Oregon wind farms on national security grounds

Christopher R. Brewster, special counsel in Stroock's National Security/CFIUS/Compliance Practice Group, was quoted in McClatchy DC's article that discusses U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson's ruling that President Barack Obama and a government committee that examines foreign purchases of American companies for national security risks, known as CFIUS, must explain to Chinese-owned firm Ralls Corp. why its bid to buy Oregon wind farms was rejected.  To read the article, please click here.