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U.S. Steel-Nippon Steel Merger: A Potent Catalyst for U.S.-Japan Relations and Technological Advancement

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This merger symbolizes a strengthening of the crucial U.S.-Japan As the proposed $14.9 billion acquisition of U.S. Steel by Nippon Steel garners global attention, its implications extend far beyond mere corporate gains.

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An Expert Look at the 2023 Merger Guidelines

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Last month, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued the 2023 Merger Guidelines, a draft of which was published in July. The following summarizes the key takeaways from that panel.

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The Drawbacks Of Banking Regulators' Merger Review Plans

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and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency recently announced proposals to update their approaches to evaluating bank mergers and other business combinations under the Bank Merger Act. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Originally published by Law360 - April 26, 2024. By: WilmerHale

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2023 Merger Guidelines Addressing Potential Impacts on Workers

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In this article from The Threshold, the authors recap a panel on theories of labor harm in mergers, sponsored by the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law. By: Cornerstone Research

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FDIC Proposes Increased Scrutiny of Bank Mergers

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Today, a divided Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) Board of Directors issued a proposed Statement of Policy (SOP) on bank merger transactions that would create a combined bank with more than $100 billion in assets. By: Troutman Pepper

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DAMITT Q1 2024: Merger Enforcement Begins 2024 with a Bang

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agencies announced the conclusion of six significant merger investigations in Q1 2024, double the number seen last quarter. In line with recent trends, each significant merger investigation ended with a complaint or an abandoned transaction. Q1 2024 saw no merger settlements. By: Dechert LLP

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Global merger control trends

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Global merger control enforcement has become more interventionist across Europe, the US, Middle East and Australia, with antitrust regulators increasingly inclined to scrutinize and challenge mergers. The arrival of the FSR in the EU together with the increased global FDI scrutiny add a new layer of. By: White & Case LLP

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