Informal Interpretations

Informal interpretations provide guidance from previous staff interpretations on the applicability of the HSR rules to specific fact situations. You should not rely on them as a substitute for reading the Act and the Rules themselves. These materials do not, and are not intended to, constitute legal advice.

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1301003 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
802.3, 802.4

Response/Comments

1. I agree that the equipment and machinery being used on the leased property constitutes associated exploration or production assets. 2. Y would need to do a fair market value to determine if the...

1211006 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
802.2, 802.5

Response/Comments

Thinking more about this, we are not sure we agree with Nancy's take. If you are acquiring an entire outdoor advertising business, we don't think you can exempt real property used in...

1211001 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Janice Johnson

Response/Comments

- Informed writer that there are two transactions here. The transaction value of the first is $80MM, in which the business is being sold. The other transaction is the reinvestment of $15MM by the...

1210016 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.11(e)

Response/Comments

– We are fine with 1 and 3, but we have problems with 2. We don't think we can ignore the fact that at the time of the acquisition of the two LLCs, Co-investor will control Newco. By definition...

1210014 Informal Interpretation

Staff:
Michael Verne
Rule:
801.10, 802.3

Response/Comments

- You would treat them as 30 separate asset acquisitions. If the value of each undivided interest is less than $68.2 million, no filing is required. Note for future reference that § 802.3 does not...

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