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DAMITT Q3 Update: Significant US Antitrust Merger Investigations and Complaints Are Down Sharply But Taking Longer

Fast Facts: - The number of significant merger investigations was down 25% on both a YTD and RTM basis - Only one significant investigation resulted in a complaint in 2017 YTD (two on an RTM basis), down about 80% -...more

DAMITT Q2 2017 Update: Fewer Significant US Antitrust Merger Investigations but They Still Took Longer to Conclude

Fast Facts - The number of significant merger investigations was down slightly to 12 in 1H 2017 compared to 14 in 1H 2016, and 31 on a Rolling Twelve Months (RTM) basis compared to 36 during the prior period....more

DAMITT 2016 Year in Review: Significant Antitrust Merger Investigations Longer Than Ever; Deal Agreements Reflect Expected Delays

Fast Facts - Significant merger investigations lasted an average of 9.9 months in 2016, a new DAMITT record. - The 33 significant investigations in 2016 were the second most in the past six years, but down...more

DAMITT Q3 2016 Update: No Let Up in Antitrust Merger Investigation Activity or the Duration of Merger Investigations; Antitrust...

Fast Facts - - In the first three quarters of 2016, there were 24 significant merger investigations, which is on pace to challenge the record of 37 set in CY2015. - Significant merger investigations through Q3 2016...more

2016/07/13 DAMITT Q2 2016 Update

Fast Facts - - Significant merger investigations during the first half of 2016 lasted 9.5 months on average—on par with CY2015, but more than 30 percent longer than from 2011 to 2013. - In the first half of 2016,...more

DAMITT: Is the Use of Upfront Buyers Causing Longer Merger Investigations? Q1 2016 Update Confirms 2015 Trends

The Trend of Longer Investigations Continues - Significant merger investigations lasted 9.5 months on average over the 12 months ending Q1 2016, about 20% longer than the 8.0 month average over the prior 12 months. The...more

Global Private Equity Newsletter - Spring 2016 Edition: Russian Competition Law Update: Impact on M&A and Joint Ventures in Russia

A new version of the Russian Competition Law amended by the so-called ‘fourth antimonopoly package’ (the “275 Law”) came into effect on January 5, 2016 (except for certain minor provisions with an earlier effective date). The...more

DAMITT – How Long Does it Take to Conduct U.S. Antitrust Merger Investigations? (Update)

Dechert’s Antitrust Merger Investigation Timing Tracker (DAMITT) is at it again compiling data from 2015. Fast Facts - - Merger investigations in 2015 took an average of 9.6 months to conduct (more than 1/3...more

DAMITT – How Long Does it Take to Conduct U.S. Antitrust Merger Investigations?

Dechert’s Antitrust Merger Investigation Timing Tracker (DAMITT) finds that significant antitrust merger investigations in the U.S. currently are taking 10 months which is about 30%-40% longer than in prior years....more

FTC Report Shows that Oil Sector and Pharmaceutical Sector Mergers Are Under the Antitrust Spotlight

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) issued a data report on January 4 regarding its horizontal merger investigation and enforcement action record over the past fifteen years. The report shows, sector by-sector, the...more

HSR Filing Threshold Increases to $70.9 Million

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced on January 10, 2013 that the dollar-based thresholds applicable to the Hart-Scott-Rodino (“HSR”) premerger notification program will be raised 4.0 percent from the 2012 levels....more

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