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October 09, 2019
Spin-offs Unraveled: Complex ‘IPOs’ With a Sophisticated Tax Overlay
A guide to key considerations when spinning off a business segment or division.
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Displaying Thought Leadership item(s) about Antitrust & Competition
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  • November 01, 2019
     
    Technology_purple From collusion to price discrimination, antitrust regulators around the world are starting to focus on whether, when, and how artificial intelligence could enable a next generation of bad antitrust actors.
     
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  • June 24, 2019
     
    Structure 6 Latham & Watkins antitrust lawyers discuss key merger control issues that dealmakers should consider to ensure a smooth antitrust review of strategic transactions.
     
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  • May 10, 2019
     
    Global currency There is a premium on being well-prepared to engage with sellers and regulators early in the process to be positioned as a “suitable buyer.” Since the divestiture assets are often valuable businesses that would not ordinarily come on the market, the effort can be well worth it.
     
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  • March 21, 2019
     
    Chess pieces Increasing focus on non-controlling stakes, burdensome document production requests, heightened gun jumping rule enforcement, examination of vertical deal overlaps, and ongoing political developments.
     
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  • March 06, 2019
     
    Taipei_Taiwan Belinda Lee, Christopher Campbell, and Meaghan Thomas-Kennedy have co-authored the Taiwan chapter in the Seventh Edition of Global Legal Insights – Cartels; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.
     
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  • February 19, 2019
     
    Federal Trade Commission FTC adjusts the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act thresholds, raising the minimum size for reportable acquisitions to US$90 million.
     
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  • November, 2018
     
    Federal Trade Commission Latham merger clearance litigators analyze the recent Federal Trade Commission hearing during which concerns were raised among the participants about how lower courts will apply Ohio v. Amex to two-sided markets.
     
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