From Offer to Deal

From Offer to Deal: HSR Second Request Best Practices: Legal Technology Webinars

HSR Second Requests are continuing to become more complex! Tomorrow’s ACEDS webinar from Onna and Epiq discusses key HSR second request considerations and best practices, from offer to deal!

Tomorrow at 1pm ET, join Onna and Epiq for the ACEDS webinar From Offer to Deal: HSR Second Request Best Practices, where Erin Toomey of Epiq and Allison Keane and Michelle Kovitch of Onna will discuss key considerations and best practices for creating an effective, accurate, and timely response to Second Requests!

In addition, they will cover:

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  • Common challenges of data merging
  • Recent changes to the Second Request review process and how it affects merging parties
  • How to accelerate the acquisition of cloud application data
  • Beyond tools and technology – how to get other stakeholders involved

Did you know that according to the FTC, HSR filings in 2021 more than doubled from the previous year, reaching a total of 3,644? Or that over 83% of reportable transactions that have received Second Requests by either the FTC or the DOJ have been challenged? And, as Onna discussed here, there are several changes that the Bureau of Competition announced to its second request review process in September 2021.

More information about the webinar and registration link available here! Check it out, and learn about HSR second request considerations and best practices, from offer to deal!

So, what do you think? Were you aware there were recent changes that made the second request review process even tougher? Now you are! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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