From: Gillis, Diana L.Sent: Friday, November 04, 2016 2:56 PMTo: [REDACTED]Cc: Berg, Karen E.; Walsh, Kathryn E.; Carson, Timothy; Shaffer, KristinSubject: RE: Technical Reporting Question Regarding Item 7(c)
[REDACTED] you can list “national” for codes that fall under 7(c)(iv)(a)...
[REDACTED] this is useful to know – we went to great lengths after the issuance of the rulemaking to explain that corporations could have associates, though it is “unlikely” as you note below.
If anyone ever has a question on this point, please refer that person to the PNO.
If the UPE and Acquired Entity are operating companies, you do not need to provide financials for their consolidated subsidiaries. However, the financials for unconsolidated subsidiaries that derive revenue in an overlapping code should be provided.
Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final order settling charges that CentraCare’s acquisition of St. Cloud Medical Group, also known as SCMG, would be anticompetitive.
The Federal Trade Commission staff submitted a supplemental comment and analysis to the Tennessee Department of Health that opposes issuing a certificate of public advantage, or COPA, to Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health System.
On April 18, 2017, the Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop to examine competition, innovation, and consumer protection issues raised by hearing health and technology, especially hearing aids.
It was another busy year for antitrust news. Here’s my look back at the top ten FTC-related antitrust developments for the year that was 2016 (in chronological order):
German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim has agreed to divest five types of animal health products in the United States in order to settle FTC charges that its proposed asset swap with Paris-based Sanofi would likely be anticompetitive.
U.S.-based global healthcare company Abbott Laboratories has agreed to divest two medical device businesses to settle FTC charges that its proposed $25 billion acquisition of St. Jude Medical, Inc. would likely be anticompetitive.
Federal Trade Commission staff has submitted a comment to the Iowa Board of Physician Assistants supporting a regulatory proposal to define physician supervision of a physician assistant (PA), in response to a Board request for public comments.
Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved an application from American Air Liquide Holdings, Inc. to sell to Reliant Holdings, Ltd. certain assets related to production of bulk liquid carbon dioxide and dry ice at facilities in Galva, and Sergeant Bluff, Iowa.
This week, Chairwoman Edith Ramirez and FTC International Affairs staff are participating in discussions on geographic market definition, trade-offs between merger prohibition and conditional clearance,