When acquiring a company or merging, are you conducting due diligence on the target’s compliance with competition laws? If not, you may be making a big mistake.

Companies routinely conduct due diligence on environmental, anticorruption, tax and litigation matters, but very few buyers conduct due diligence for potential antitrust problems of a target.  Conducting due diligence of a target’s antitrust compliance efforts could save a company millions of dollars down the road.

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