Canadian enforcer can seek emergency pause to mergers, appellate court says
A Canadian appeals court has ruled that the country’s antitrust enforcer can obtain a form of “interim interim” relief to temporarily halt a transaction while it awaits a hearing to decide if it can prevent the companies from going ahead with their deal pending the outcome of its challenge.
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