Market Definition Key in NxStage/Fresenius Merger Review

Market definition will be key in Germany-based Fresenius Medical Care’s $2 billion deal to acquire US-headquartered NxStage Medical, antitrustfeatured

Time Warner/AT&T Focus on Timing

With additional reporting by Valeria Camerino – An attorney for a public interest group that had sought to intervene in the Department of Justice’s review of thefeatured

Pace of State Approvals Picks Up in Genworth/China Oceanwide Deal

China Oceanwide’s purchase of Genworth Financial for $2.7 billion has faced a number of hurdles, including multiple state insurance department reviews, as well as an in-depth examinationfeatured

CFIUS in a Time of Change

Highlights from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States’ annual report released late last monthfeatured

Sprint/T-Mobile Expected to Announce Merger in Next Two Weeks

Media chatter regarding a merger between Sprint and T-Mobile has quieted, but negotiations intently continue,featured

Australian Regulators Deferring to Europe and US in Monsanto/Bayer Deal

Australia’s competition regulator is taking a similar approach in reviewing and how it will ultimately decide on Bayer AG’s $66 billion acquisition of Monsantofeatured

360b /

Board Overhaul May Lead to Sale of Hain

Under pressure from activist investor Engaged Capital LLC, organic food company Hain Celestial Group on Thursday announced that it would name six new directors to its board, includingfeatured

DOJ “Dropped the Ball” on Parker Hannifin Review

The Department of Justice’s civil antitrust lawsuit against Parker Hannifin, challenging its completed acquisition of CLARCOR is extraordinary, several antitrust attorneysfeatured

Genworth/China Oceanwide Working with Regulators

An attorney who worked on a previous China Oceanwide deal that successfully cleared the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States told CTFN that the Genworth dealfeatured

A Sprint/T-Mobile Tie-Up Faces High Regulatory Hurdles

With additional reporting by Sarah Cohen – Following months of speculation, T-Mobile and Sprint appear set to announce a deal to unite, with a statement potentially coming as soon asfeatured


Interested in a trial?

Simply fill out the form below and one of our representatives will be in touch.