The Top Five (Avoidable) Antitrust Traps in M&A Transactions

By on February 28, 2011

by Jon B. Dubrow, Joseph F. Winterscheid and Carla A. R. Hine

In M&A transactions, early involvement of antitrust counsel is essential to avoid unnecessary expense, delay and antitrust risks.  Failure to involve antitrust counsel early on in the process may not only jeopardize the parties’ ability to obtain antitrust clearance, but it can also give rise to potential exposure for independent antitrust violations and deal risk.  This article discusses five avoidable antitrust pitfalls to keep in mind early in any transaction planning process.

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