Hart-Scott-Rodino Premerger Notification Program Back to Basics Workshop

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Event Description

Important notice: This information is presented for historical interest only. The HSR advice included herein is likely outdated. Do not rely on these materials as representing current HSR positions and interpretations.

In recognition of the 30th Anniversary of the implementation of Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act, the Bureau of Competition's Premerger Notification Office hosted a half-day public workshop on the basics of HSR premerger notification, covering such topics as how to determine whether premerger notification is required and how to prepare an HSR filing.  The workshop was free and open to the public.  Due to space limitations, registration was limited to practitioners with less than one year of experience with premerger notification rules and filings. The workshop was webcast live. For more information about the workshop, contact Kathryn E. Walsh at (202) 326-2977.

The workshop was held at the FTC’s satellite building conference center, located at 601 New Jersey Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

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