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Gun-jumping triggers trouble

Juliette Goyer, Jérémie Jourdan, and Jérôme Schall, White & Case Publication, November 2015

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In merger control, gun-jumping refers to two distinct types of prohibited practices: failure to notify authorities of a transaction triggering merger thresholds, and implementing a notified transaction before receiving merger clearance from the relevant merger authority. Both behaviours can result in hefty fines.

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