In merger procedures, it is a fundamental requirement for parties to provide accurate and complete information to the European Commission as it forms the basis of the Commission’s assessment of mergers. Under the EU Merger Regulation (EUMR), the European Commission can impose fines where parties intentionally or negligently provide misleading or incorrect information during the

Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Antitrust Division announced that seven directors from the boards of five companies resigned in response to concerns that the directors’ roles violated the prohibition against interlocking directorates under Section 8 of the Clayton Act.1  These resignations follow previous statements by the DOJ that it intended