Antitrust analysis of casino mergers and acquisitions: What executives and in-house counsel need to know

Antitrust analysis of casino mergers and acquisitions: What executives and in-house counsel need to know

Steven A. Tenn
Antitrust & Competition

While the gaming industry is familiar with the regulatory scrutiny that often follows mergers and acquisitions, antitrust reviews may be more of a mystery. However, casino executives and in-house counsel should be prepared for antitrust scrutiny when entering into any kind of M&A deal. In this article, the authors outline how the Federal Trade Commission analyzes casino mergers and what operators can do to preemptively assess the antitrust risks of a proposed transaction. 

Gaming & Leisure