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Getting the Deal Through (Canada Chapter) – Merger Control 2018

January 2018 Publications < 1 read

The pathway to successfully navigating the merger and antitrust challenges for Canadian and international transactions has changed considerably within the past decade. Today, the concerns of multiple governing bodies need to be anticipated and countered, vast quantities of documents and evidence need to be produced, timetables need to be aligned, remedies need to be designed and communications need to be managed between a large number of officials, representatives of the parties, their advisers, their experts and other stakeholders in the process, and in high-profile cases, the media.

For the full report, download the Canadian Chapter of Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2018

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