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Boston College Law School

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Merger Practice Workshop

Here's a quick heads up for anyone in the DC area - the ABA's Antitrust Section will be sponsoring a Merger Practice Workshop.   Looks like an interesting day.  Information and registration link below:

Merger Practice Workshop -- September 12, 2013 
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

What really happens in merger reviews?  Find out at the Antitrust Section’s new Merger Practice Workshop in Washington, D.C., on September 12.  This is a demonstration-based program, and will take you through the life cycle of a hypothetical merger involving a leading social networking site (“Friendstop”) and a leading local listings website (“Hiplisting”).  The one-day program will cover all phases of the merger process, including: 

• pre-signing antitrust counseling 
• negotiating regulatory deal covenants

• coordinating international competition filings
• second request compliance 
• advocacy to competition authorities 
• negotiating remedies and consent decrees 

The Merger Practice Workshop will be a great opportunity to gain deep practical insights into the merger review process from some of the most experienced practitioners in the government (both FTC and DOJ), corporate and private practice sectors. 

For more information and to register, please use this link: http://ambar.org/atmergers



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