Jones Day (Washington DC)

Michael A. Gleason

Jones Day (Washington DC)
Lawyer (Partner)

Michael Gleason has more than 13 years of experience and has been involved in some of the most significant transactions to recently come before the antitrust agencies, particularly in the health care industry. He counsels clients on antitrust matters before U.S. and international enforcement agencies, including M&A transactions and government investigations, as well as antitrust litigation.

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Charlotte Breuvart, Eric Barbier de la Serre, Serge Clerckx, Michael A. Gleason, Johannes Zöttl The EU Commission issues guidance on the application of the referral mechanism set out in Article 22 of the Merger Regulation expanding its antitrust reviews to non-reportable transactions

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In Short The Situation : According to the European Commission ("EC"), an increasing number of competitively significant transactions have evaded merger notification because one or both of the transacting parties (but typically a small, high value target) did not meet EC or any Member State (...)

Michael A. Gleason, Michael H. Knight, Peter J. Love, Pamela L. Taylor, Ryan C. Thomas The US FTC and the US DoJ announce the suspension of the discretionary practice of granting early termination of the waiting period to filings made under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act

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On February 4, 2021, the U.S. antitrust agencies announced that they are temporarily suspending the discretionary practice of granting early termination of the waiting period to filings made under the Hart-Scott-Rodino ("HSR") Act. Since January 16, the agencies granted ET in just one (...)

Laurent de Muyter, Carsten Gromotke, Dr. Jürgen Beninca, Michael A. Gleason, Hiromitsu Miyakawa, Prudence Smith, Craig A. Waldman, Philipp Werner, Johannes Zöttl The German Parliament adopts competition rules for tech platforms

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In Short The Development : The Bundestag, the German legislature, amended Germany’s antitrust laws to include special competition rules for digital platform "companies with overwhelming importance for competition across multiple markets." The amendments, known as the GWB Digitization Act or ARC (...)

Catherine E. Livingston, James Lenahan Poth, Aimee DeFilippo, Kenneth W. Field, Michael A. Gleason, Lisa Han, David Kiernan, Margaret A. Ward The US Congress passes the competitive health insurance reform act limiting the antitrust exemption available to companies under the McCarran-Ferguson Act

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In Short The Development : Congress unanimously passed and before leaving office, President Trump signed into law, the Competitive Health Insurance Reform Act ("CHIRA"). CHIRA limits application of the McCarran-Ferguson Act, an exemption from the federal antitrust laws, as it relates to the (...)

Matt Evans, Michael A. Gleason, Prudence Smith, Jason Beer The UK Competition Authority proposes the creation of a new regulatory authority and additional regulations to govern the conduct of online platforms funded by digital advertising

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INTRODUCTION The CMA has recently issued its Final Report in the Market Study into Online Platforms and Digital Advertising (“Final Report”), which sets forth its findings and recommendations from its investigation of markets involving online platforms funded by digital advertising. In parallel, (...)

Michael A. Gleason, Michael H. Knight, Lauren Miller Forbes, John W. Magruder The US DoJ and FTC issue guidance on merger review during the COVID-19 outbreak and confirm that they continue to operate despite merging parties expecting lengthier reviews

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The FTC and DOJ have adopted new procedures in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The changes are intended to help the agencies stay open during the crisis, but merging parties should expect lengthier antitrust reviews until normal operations resume. All merger filings with (...)

Bruce McDonald, Michael A. Gleason, Joseph Antel, Matthew Harper The US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia requires divestiture in long-consummated merger (Steves & Sons / JELD-WEN)

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This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Congratulations ! Your deal navigated through antitrust review, you closed the transaction, and you are making your way through the three-year integration plan. (...)

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