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Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2024

Jan 18, 2024 Publications < 1 read

The past year has seen more stringent merger control enforcement from competition authorities globally. In Canada, several additional assessment factors have been added to the Competition Act. As a result, numerous transactions now require more meticulous pre-assessment.

The 2024 Canadian Chapter of Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control provides the most current and comprehensive information available on mergers and acquisitions under antitrust and competition law in Canada.

For the Canadian chapter of Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2024, click here.

For the full report of Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2024, click here.

The 2023 Canadian Competition Act and Investment Canada Act checklist can also be downloaded, click here. We will update the chart as the thresholds change, likely in early 2024.


Accreditation: Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Merger Control 2024 (Published: September 2023). For further information please visit www.lexology.com/gtdt/workareas/merger-control.

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