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Doing Deals: Avoiding Antitrust Pitfalls During Due Diligence and Transition Planning

February 2008

The Antitrust Counselor
When competitors start considering a merger, they should involve their antitrust counsel from the beginning. Managing the risk of a pre-closing antitrust violation is important because if a violation is found, it could not only jeopardize the closing of the transaction, but could also result in the imposition of civil or criminal penalties against the companies and the individuals involved in the violations.


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