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FTC proposes expanding antitrust reporting requirements for foreign parties

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An FTC proposed rule seeks to clarify when a transaction is exempt from pre-merger notification under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act because the entity involved is foreign. In their article for Bloomberg Law, Tod Northman and Natalie Fine explain that the change centers on the determination of an entity’s "principal offices," decided by the primary location of its executives and assets.

Read the article here.

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