Non-HSR Reportable Transactions
Determining Merger Clearance Options, Conducting Antitrust Risk Assessment, and Minimizing Likelihood of Government Investigation
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the antitrust risks involved in non-HSR reportable transactions and the increased agency scrutiny. The panel will discuss early risk assessment and options for merger clearance and will offer strategies for reducing the likelihood of government investigations.
- Antitrust risks in non-reportable transactions
- Enforcement trends
- Risk assessment
- Options for merger clearance
- Best practices to reduce likelihood of government investigations
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the antitrust risks of non-HSR reportable transactions?
- What are the lessons from recent government action in transactions below the reporting threshold?
- What practices can counsel implement to effectively review the potential competitive effects of proposed transactions?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
DLA Piper LLP (US)
Ms. Kam focuses on complex commercial litigation and antitrust matters. She counsels clients on antitrust... | Read More
Ms. Kam focuses on complex commercial litigation and antitrust matters. She counsels clients on antitrust compliance matters, including the premerger notification filing requirements of the HSR. She has successfully defended numerous FTC and DOJ investigations of both proposed and consummated mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. She also represents third parties with interests in such investigations.Close
Mary Anne Mason
Ms. Mason practices antitrust, competition and economic regulatory law. Her government investigations practice... | Read More
Ms. Mason practices antitrust, competition and economic regulatory law. Her government investigations practice involves merger clearance and advocacy before the DOJ, the FTC, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and state attorneys general. Her litigation practice includes litigation before federal and state courts as well as administrative agencies. She is highly experienced in antitrust enforcement in energy markets.Close
J. Robert Robertson
Hogan Lovells US
His practice focuses primarily on antitrust, consumer protection, and commercial litigation. He is the former Chief... | Read More
His practice focuses primarily on antitrust, consumer protection, and commercial litigation. He is the former Chief Trial Counsel for the Bureau of Competition of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. He has served as lead counsel in many antitrust cases before federal and state courts, administrative agencies, or arbitration panels. He has also represented client in investigations before the FTC and U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division.Close