Cross-border megamergers are getting tougher for law firms and their corporate clients because of broadening definitions of national interest, Am Law 100 mergers and acquisition experts say.
Increasingly, countries including the United States are using reviews intended to address antitrust and national defense as a means of protecting domestic jobs and industries as well, those experts say.
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