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Carina Kant advises clients on antitrust and competition law. Through working at renowned international law firms in Luxembourg and Hamburg, Carina has gained experience in antitrust, merger control and cartel investigation matters. Through her studies, Carina has specialized in European and International Law with an additional, specialized foreign training (FFA) degree in French and Japanese Law. Read Carina Kant's full bio.
Antitrust M&A Snapshot | FTC and DOJ Continue M&A Transaction Investigation While UK CMA Continues Role as Key Jurisdiction in Merger Clearance Process
By Carina Kant and Noah Feldman Greene on Feb 14, 2020
Posted In DOJ Developments, EC Developments, EU Developments, French Developments, FTC Developments, Mergers & Acquisitions
Antitrust regulators in the United States and Europe were very active in the final quarter of 2019. The FTC and DOJ continue to investigate and challenge M&A transactions in a variety of industries. Events of this quarter highlight the importance of states in merger enforcement. As well, recent FTC activity highlights the regulators’ focus on...
Antitrust M&A Snapshot | Regulator Focus on High-Tech Transactions, Acquisitions and Impact on Innovations
By McDermott Will & Emery, Carina Kant, David Henry, Jon B. Dubrow, Joel R. Grosberg and Noah Feldman Greene on Mar 11, 2019
Posted In DOJ Developments, EC Developments, FTC Developments, German Developments, Joint Ventures/Competitor Collaboration, Mergers & Acquisitions
Antitrust regulators in the United States and Europe were very active in the final quarter of 2018 closing a large number of cases requiring in-depth investigations. In the United States, regulators continue their focus on the potential need to update their methods of reviewing high-tech transactions with public hearings on the future of antitrust enforcement....
By Carina Kant on Mar 18, 2016
Posted In EC Developments, German Developments, Mergers & Acquisitions
As many dealmakers doing business in Europe have realized, German and Austrian merger filing requirements are sometimes a bit tricky, and in some respects different from the rules in place at EU level and in other EU member states. For instance, it may be that a transaction has to be notified in one of these...