Antitrust Law and Antitrust Law | Mergers + Acquisitions
Washington, District of Columbia
Roger W. Fones
Almost a year after the FERC approved the merger between Exelon Corp. and PSEG, the U.S. Department of Justice required the parties to divest additional generation facilities to resolve concerns that the merger would cause higher prices for electricity. The questions being asked around many boardrooms are: “How do we successfully navigate this dual review process?” and “Why are the antitrust agencies requiring relief different from FERC?”Join us and you will learn about:Parallel Antitrust and Regulatory Review
Antitrust Issues Arising in Electric Utility Mergers
Recent Enforcement Actions
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