Mergers in UK Law
- PUBLIC CONTROL OF MERGERS
VERTICAL MERGERS AND MARKET FORECLOSURE
In recent years, antitrust officials have recognized that vertical arrangements can cause competitive harm through two routes: first, they can facilitate collusion among rivals, and second, they ca...
Psychological Attributes of Mergers — Part 1
The reasons why mergers have a hazy, hostile or indifferent image in the minds of many otherwise rational people will not allow superficial, simple or easy explanations. As a business activity, in ...
Employee Relations in Mergers and Acquisitions
The human aspects of mergers and acquisitions receive less emphasis than the more easily controlled financial aspects. A review of the existing literature and research suggests that mergers and acq...
The employment law implications of charity mergers
Examines the employment law implications for charities considering merger. Considers the employment law problems that are involved in charity mergers and the different strategies that have been emp...
- THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF MERGERS
- THE MONOPOLIES COMMISSION AND HIGH STREET MERGERS*
HR’s role in mergers and acquisitions
Karen Lindquist, director at MCE, discusses the opportunities for HR to act as a strategic partner during mergers and acquisitions.
Psychological Attributes of Mergers — Part 2
The merger brokers' task is to use his skills so as not to allow superficial attitudinising by the negotiating parties to solidify into rigid postures; because if they do, that is the end of the af...
How to manage compensation and benefits during mergers
Many mergers and acquisitions are not successful because of HR‐related issues. Despite being critical for success, the compensation and benefits (C&B) implications of the merger are often not c...
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