DOJ’s New Merger Remedies Manual – Antitrust Strategies and Hot Topics

February 17, 2021
Event details
February 17, 2021
1:00 – 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time

Event summary

This CLE webinar will analyze the Merger Remedies Manual recently released by the Department of Justice (DOJ)’s Antitrust Division, as well as recent experience from merging parties seeking to address the federal agencies’ concerns through a remedy, and how it might impact companies’ strategy when looking at proposed M&A deals. The panel will discuss the principles laid out in the Manual for evaluating a merger remedy and the nuances to consider when proposing structural and conduct remedies, as well as enforcement actions to help companies navigate these tricky waters.

Topics include

  • The new Merger Remedies Manual
  • Six principles to be applied in the evaluation and implementation of all merger remedies
  • Structure of an appropriate divestiture remedy
  • Evaluation of divestiture buyers, including strategic and private equity buyers
  • Recent enforcement actions
  • Working the remedy into the deal upfront
  • Consent decrees: terms, compliance and enforcement

Partner Megan Browdie will speak at this event.

Event details and registration

All attendees will receive 50% off registration at checkout.

For more information, please email Rebecca Lanz.

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