DOJ/FTC Merger Guidelines and Review Process Webinar

DOJ/FTC Merger Guidelines and Review Process Webinar

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The revised DOJ/FTC Horizontal Merger Guidelines have been in place for three years. The stated intent of the revisions was to better match the guidelines to actual practices of the agencies. Since then, the government has been active in investigating and raising objections to a number of transactions.

The agencies’ actions provide a window into whether the DOJ/FTC's stated goal to match theory and practice is working. Generally, the answer seems to be yes, but various cases show areas where the guidelines do not tell the whole story.

Listen as a panel of experienced antitrust attorneys examines recent developments in merger review and what they mean for parties evaluating and pursuing potential acquisitions. The panel will also offer best practices for what counsel should do when analyzing, preparing for, and going through the merger review process for potentially problematic transactions.

WilmerHale Partner Jim Lowe is a featured panelist.

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