About This Course
This CLE course provides an in-depth overview of the US merger control process, antitrust agency priorities, forthcoming revisions to the US merger guidelines, and highlights of recent merger challenges. The course is designed to give attorneys a comprehensive understanding of the current state of antitrust regulations in the US and the role of antitrust agencies in reviewing and challenging mergers.
The course will begin by exploring the fundamentals of US merger control process, including the relevant statutes, regulations, and guidelines. Attorneys will learn about the key stages of the merger review process, the role of different antitrust agencies, and the criteria used to evaluate mergers.
The course will then focus on the priorities of US antitrust agencies, providing attorneys with an understanding of the latest developments in antitrust enforcement. Topics to be covered include the impact of political changes on antitrust policy, changes to antitrust enforcement strategies, and the latest trends in antitrust litigation.
The course will also cover forthcoming revisions to the US merger guidelines, including changes to the analytical framework used to evaluate mergers.
Overall, this course provides attorneys with a comprehensive understanding of US merger control and antitrust regulations, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate this complex area of law.