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Antitrust Enforcers Crack Down on 'Gun Jumpers'

05 January 2015

National Law Journal

Antitrust and competition enforcers around the world remain vigilant in investigating and prohibiting "gun jumping" — the unlawful integration or coordination of parties to a transaction prior to closing. It seems every year the U.S. antitrust enforcers (the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission) investigate and challenge a handful of gun-jumping situations.

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