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For 2018, the size-of-transaction threshold for reporting proposed mergers and acquisitions under Section 7A of the Clayton Act will adjust from $80.8 million to $84.4 million. Also, the 2018 thresholds under Section 8 of the Act that trigger prohibitions on certain interlocking memberships on...
Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order settling charges that medical technology company Becton, Dickinson’s proposed $24 billion acquisition of competitor C. R. Bard would violate federal antitrust law by harming competition in two U.S.
Last week, I spoke about a topic that has attracted a lot of popular interest in antitrust enforcement lately—vertical merger enforcement. We view vertical mergers as an important part of the FTC’s enforcement agenda. However, it is true that, relative to horizontal mergers, vertical...
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd, the Tokyo-based parent company of the 7-Eleven network of convenience stores, has agreed to certain conditions in order to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that its proposed $3.3 billion acquisition of approximately 1,100 retail fuel outlets from Sunoco would...
[Redacted],We agree that these are not voting securities.FYI – we are rolling out a new email address for HSR questions for the shop. When you email [Redacted], every PNO attorney will receive your question at the same time. In the future, unless you are inquiring about a particular...
[Redacted],We agree that 802.35 is available here.Best regards,KristinKristin ShafferFrom: [Redacted]Sent: Monday, October 30, 2017 9:07 AMTo: HSRHelpSubject: HSR Informal Interpretation Request Regarding an ESOP transactionDear PNO Attorneys:
From: Shaffer, KristinSent: Friday, October 20, 2017 2:27 PMTo: [Redacted]Cc: HSRHelpSubject: RE: Question on 7A(c)(10)[Redacted],We would not consider this to be the same acquisition, so 7A(c)(10) does not apply.
From: Carson, TimothySent: Tuesday, October 17, 2017 2:30 PMTo: [Redacted]Subject: RE: Affidavit/Cert Question[Redacted],
From: Berg, Karen E.Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2017 3:27 PMTo: [Redacted]; Walsh, Kathryn E.; Whitehead, Nora; Gillis, Diana L.; Shaffer, KristinCc: [Redacted] Carson, Timothy; Sheinberg, Samuel I.Subject: RE: HSR InquiryApologies for the delay in responding.
Federal Trade Commission staff submitted written comments on proposed Nebraska legislation that would require review of the competitive impact of the state’s licensing regulations and laws, with the goal of procompetitive reform of restrictions on regulated occupations.

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