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Adopted in 1976 as a way to provide the federal government a formal process in which to help ensure anti-competitive outcomes during the course of mergers, acquisitions, or consolidations, the Hart Scott Rodino Act (HSR) is anti-trust regulation that can definitely challenge an organization’s ability to identify, review, and present electronically stored data.

This doocument provides a short overview of HSR as well as eDiscovery considerations as they relate to compliance with governmental M&A requirements and timelines.

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