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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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Despite the fact that each of the merger participants is a foreign entity, the transaction nevertheless could be a statutory merger and thus a "good" type A reorganization under the new regulations, because both Z and Y are qualified participants and the transaction is not divisive.
The merger is also subject to the receipt of any required governmental and regulatory approvals.
A merger of a privately held company into a publicly held company allows the target company shareholders to receive a public company's stock, despite the liquidity restrictions of SEC Rule 144a.
mergers that closed in 1997 and 1998 failed to meet senior executives' expectations.
Much admired merger players like Cisco and General Electric Co.
Valued at $180 billion, it's the largest merger Europe has ever seen.
In the 1920s: This wave featured the consolidation of many electric and gas utilities as well as mergers of manufacturing and minerals-mining companies.
Despite a continued high level of merger activity, studies based on historical experience suggest that m about a decade there may be about 3,000 to 4,000 banking organizations, down from about 7,000 today.
provides limited support to believe that, on the average, the efficiency gains through merger will be appreciable without possibly some additional fiscal incentives, and critical internal and external forces.
Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit but not yet by the Supreme Court), the merger did not have the result of allowing the use of an NOL against income that would not have happened if the merger had not occurred.
Domestic law: Despite the fact that each of the merger participants is a foreign entity, the transaction nevertheless is a statutory merger and, thus, a good A reorganization, because both Z and Y are qualified participants, and the transaction is not divisive.
Cisco has used its stock as the acquisition currency in 95 percent of its merger deals, Hanafi estimates, and doesn't shy away from paying steep premiums for companies it acquires.