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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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An Analysis of the Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on Commercial Banks Performance in Nigeria.
(2014): "Mergers and Acquisitions: Effect on Financial Performance in Banking Institutions of Pakistan", Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, Vol.
The specificity of a merger is that implies the transfer of the whole patrimony, assets and liabilities, from one or more companies to another already existing or from two or more companies to a new-created company.
beer industry in analyzing the effects of the merger. First, regulations on the distribution of beer effectively make different metropolitan areas separate markets.
The antitrust analysis of mergers is conducted in a partial equilibrium framework.
He said he expected mergers would start occurring but said they need to be done for the right reasons and liquidity problems did not constitute a good enough reason.
Almost 70 per cent of all mergers go horribly wrong.
Normally, mergers create synergy through cross-selling services, opening new markets, creating stronger brand identity, absorbing excess capacity and eliminating redundant costs.
Power Play Has survived--and thrived--after eight banking industry mergers
BankDhofar and National Bank of Oman (NBO) recently announced their plan to begin talks on a possible merger between the two lenders.
A merger is also meant to be a free and voluntary act of each party and is the result of the mutual consent of the parties.
The dataset used in the analysis is taken from the SDC Mergers and Acquisitions database.