Looming failure is necessary for merger defence, DOJ litigator says
Direct competitors attempting to merge using a failing firm defence must be able to prove that without the tie-up a company’s failure would be imminent, a Department of Justice antitrust trial lawyer said on Wednesday. Kathryn Haake at the ABA Spring Meeting.
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