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09/18/19

Following a Phase-II investigation, the European Commission (“EC”) cleared the acquisition by E.ON of Innogy's distribution and consumer solutions business as well as certain electricity generation assets of Innogy, subject to conditions. This Transaction is part of an extensive asset...

03/22/17

In March 2017, the UK Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) approved the $1.8 billion transaction by which U.S. based firm Diebold acquired German rival Wincor Nixdorf, after a Phase II investigation. Both Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf are producers of hardware...

01/03/17

Compass Lexecon advised Deutsche Börse during the European Commission’s investigation of its proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG). The proposed merger would have combined the activities of two of the largest financial infrastructure groups in Europe, which...

03/06/15

In March 2015, the European Commission ("EC") conditionally approved the $12.4 billion transaction by which global automotive component manufacturer ZF Friedrichshafen ("ZF") would acquire competitor TRW Automotive Holdings ("TRW"). The deal would create the second-largest auto supplier globally, with ZF...

02/21/15

In February 2015, the European Commission cleared the proposed acquisition of joint control of television channels Vier en Vijf (held by Belgian media company De Vijver Media NV) by Telenet (a cable company controlled by Liberty Global) and Corelio. The...

06/18/13

Compass Lexecon experts assisted the counsel of the National Bank of Greece ("NBG") in preparing submissions to the European Commission on the respective roles played by the Greek sovereign and the Greek banks (including NBG) in causing the Greek sovereign...

09/21/12

In September 2012, the European Commission cleared Universal’s acquisition of EMI’s recorded music business, subject to conditions. The merger brought together two of the four so-called global ‘major’ record companies, leaving only three majors. The clearance was made conditional upon...