The process

The process guidance:

The EU merger control regime, set out in the EU Merger Regulation (Regulation 139/2004), is based on the ‘one-stop shop’ principle for the control of concentrations...

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The EU Merger Regulation (EUMR) empowers the Commission to accept remedial undertakings as a condition of a phase I clearance or after a phase II in-depth investigation...

Practice Note

Both the EU and the US impose on parties to transactions notification requirements when certain thresholds are met. The purpose of these requirements is to ensure that...

Practice Note

Undertakings involved in competition proceedings, including merger investigations, before the European Commission enjoy rights of defence which safeguard their interests....

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The Court of Justice of the European Union has its seat in Luxembourg and consists of two courts: the Court of Justice and the General Court (the Civil Service Tribunal...

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If a transaction falls under the concept of a notifiable ‘concentration’ within the meaning of the EU Merger Regulation and meets the EU Merger Regulation’s...

Practice Note