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What Is The FTC Looking At When It Reviews Merger Agreements?

In our last post, we spoke about a proposed merger between office supply chains Office Depot and Staples. As we noted, Office Depot shareholders recently voted to go forward with the acquisition, but the Federal Trade...more

Shareholders Approve Office Depot Acquisition, But Will FTC?

Whenever a merger of major companies is proposed, a lot has to happen before the vision becomes reality. Not only must the companies engage in talks both internally and with one another about the possibility of a merger or...more

Office Depot Agrees to Pay $3.4 Million CPSC Civil Penalty

On May 27th, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) announced that Office Depot agreed to pay a $3.4 million civil penalty for allegedly failing to report potential safety issues for two models of office chairs....more

Office Depot Agrees to Pay $68.5 Million to Settle California FCA Claims

A California judge approved a $68.5 million settlement yesterday to resolve allegations that Office Depot violated the California False Claims Act (CFCA) by overcharging California public entities for office and classroom...more

Office Depot Agrees to Pay $475,000 To Settle NY AG’s False Claims Act Investigation

The Office of New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman recently announced a $475,000 settlement with Office Depot to resolve allegations that Office Depot overcharged New York state agencies for office supplies. Office...more

Office Supplies Surprise: FTC Approves Office Depot-Office Max Merger

On Friday, November 1, 2013 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ended a seven-month investigation of the proposed merger between Office Depot Inc. and OfficeMax Inc., allowing the transaction to move forward....more

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