What should you know about Hart-Scott-Rodino when structuring your next transaction? Find out from two of the foremost experts. In this webinar, Neal Stoll and Joe Nisa, co-authors of the acclaimed treatise Acquisitions Under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act (Third Edition), explain the rules and take you through each step of the filing process.
Mr. Stoll and Mr. Nisa, who have worked on some of the nation's largest and most complex transactions, share insights gained from years of cutting-edge H-S-R practice. You'll get expert guidance on timing issues, potential pitfalls, and the lessons of recent enforcement actions.
Topics covered include:
- who has to file
- types of transactions
- finding and producing 4(c) documents
- the merger review process
- second requests
- remedial filings
- recent cases
- dos and don'ts
The webinar also features a "what not to do" exercise, a "when to file" checklist, an antitrust lexicon, and a question and answer period. Don't miss this opportunity to get practical tips from two authorities in the field.
- What is the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976?
- How HSR Premerger Notification Works
- Who Has To File
- Jurisdictional Requirements
- When to File Checklist
- Types of Transactions
- Notification Thresholds
- The HSR form
- Transactions or Devices for Avoidance (§801.90)
- What is a 4(c) document
- Antitrust Lexicon
- What to Look for
- Penalties for Failure to Produce 4(c) Documents
- Merger Review Process
- Second Request
- Appeals Process
- The End Game: Post Second Request
- Remedial Filings
- Recent Enforcement Actions
- Pre-Closing Information Exchanges
- Dos and Don'ts
- Questions and Answers
*This program provides 1.75 hours of approved participatory CLE credit in CA and IL; 1.90 general credits in IN; 1.92 general credits in SD; and 2 hours in CO, FL, GA, NC, NV, NY, OR, PA, TN, TX, VA and WA. Self-study credit is also available for AK, AZ, ME, MO and ND. For more information contact Nicole Skarstad at email@example.com.
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