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Transactions that increase the HHI by more than 200 points in highly concentrated markets are presumed likely to enhance market power under the Horizontal Merger Guidelines issued by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission.
It also provides guidance on analyzing antitrust problems and reviews the 2010 Horizontal Merger Guidelines, with examples of real cases.
In 2009-2010 he was a key member of the team that revised the FTC/Department of Justice Horizontal Merger Guidelines.
The 2010 revisions to the Horizontal Merger Guidelines have changed this approach.
DOJ uses an integrated analytical framework set forth in the Horizontal Merger Guidelines to determine whether the merger poses any antitrust concerns.
Eighteen years have passed since the Horizontal Merger Guidelines were revised.
In determining the range and scope of conditions to seek from the merging parties, the FCC conducts its own antitrust analysis that mimics steps "taken directly from the Horizontal Merger Guidelines issued by the Department of Justice and the [Federal Trade Commission]," probing further into "potential participants in each relevant market" than the DOJ's prospective competition review.
the era of good sense toward mergers dates back at least to 1992, when the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission published their Horizontal Merger Guidelines.