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(l-r) Logan Breed, Jon Dubrow, and Joel Grosberg.

Regulatory antitrust hurdles to mergers and acquisitions are increasing globally, and more so for some technology companies. Companies that are considering a tie-up with others across jurisdictions need to consider antitrust issues very early in the transaction now, attorneys said. Here are six big obstacles that lawyers discussed recently in interviews:

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