Global M&A activity has continued at a steady pace in 2015, with an increasing number of transactions raising antitrust issues under multiple merger control regimes. Beyond the U.S. and EU countries, China, Japan, and Mexico’s competition authorities have continued to develop and advance their respective roles in the international merger control landscape. Now, more than ever, it is important to develop a clear and cohesive strategy for addressing merger control issues on M&A transactions.
During our 60-minute live webcast, our expert speakers will discuss how to plan and execute a strategy for obtaining merger clearances in multiple jurisdictions.
Application for CLE credit is pending approval in New York and California. For all other jurisdictions, attendees will receive a Uniform Certificate of Attendance.
Note to New York lawyers: This program is appropriate for non-transitional lawyers and not acceptable for newly admitted lawyers.
If you wish to receive CLE credit, you must register and participate individually. Additionally, you must complete our program Attorney Affirmation form and send to ClientCLE@hoganlovells.com within 30 days after the program in order to be eligible for CLE credit. All fields must be completed, including the correct verification code(s) announced during the program.
SRA CPD Information:
If you are claiming SRA CPD for attending, you may wish to provide your in-house training team with the following:
Course title: The Global Antitrust Corner – Circumnavigation the Merger Control World
CPD, where applicable: 1 hour
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