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merger

Forensic medicine
Under claim preclusion or res judicata, a merger prevents a prevailing plaintiff from re-litigating defences that could have been raised when seeking to enforce a judgment, so as to prevent a second legal action seeking more or different relief (if the plaintiff’s first claim on a cause of action prevailed).
 
Managed care
The integration of ≥ 2 hospitals/healthcare facilities to form a single unit.

merger

Managed care The integration of ≥ 2 hospitals/health care facilities to form a single unit. See Virtual merger.
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For rules regarding statutory mergers or consolidations occurring before that date, the temporary regulations under Temp.
Moreover, the extent to which mergers can increase national concentration is limited by the provisions in the Riegle-Neal Act of 1994 that amended the Bank Holding Company Act and established national (10 percent) and state-by-state (30 percent) deposit concentration limits for interstate bank acquisitions.
In fact, the short-term impact of these mergers was generally modest and differed considerably by the conditions under which and when the corporate amalgamation occurred.
Initially, the Connecticut Supreme Court adopted a restrictive approach to the transfer of NOLs in mergers.
Computershare Investor Services has been appointed as the paying agent for payment of the merger consideration and will send a letter of transmittal to each former Equity Office common shareholder containing instructions for obtaining cash in exchange for their shares.
368(a)(1)(A), the term "reorganization" includes a "statutory merger or consolidation" The statute places no restrictions on the type of consideration used, even if money is exchanged, as long as the transaction satisfies the continuity-of-interest requirement.
Hillyard had been through a dozen mergers before joining GoldMine.
If so, then the mergers would not restrict market choices.
While few mergers end as badly as this one, to a disconcertingly high degree, U.
Instead, they think like accountants and efficiency experts who view mergers as a way to cut costs, gain marker share, boost stock price, and build economies of scale.
In the 1920s: This wave featured the consolidation of many electric and gas utilities as well as mergers of manufacturing and minerals-mining companies.
Each of these types of mergers can have different tax and legal consequences, and the acquirer and the seller must seek proper tax and legal advice from experts.