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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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Before the issuance of these proposed regulations, the applicability of the "substantially all" and "solely for" requirements adversely affected an otherwise valid foreign merger from qualifying.
The chief worry attending a reverse merger, however, is that the shell company could be contaminated--that unseen troubles lurk below the surface that could prove destructive later on.
The merger is subject to FNIS stockholder approval.
A merger lets the target (in effect, the seller) realize the appreciation potential of the merged entity, instead of being limited to sales proceeds.
The likelihood of a successful merger increases when the projected benefits are tangible and connected to the acquirer's core business.
No wonder David Goodtree of Forrester Research described the SBC-Ameritech merger as "dinosaurs dancing.
But, it would be a mistake to think that adjustment to a new statutory environment--and the increased opportunities for geographic diversification--were the only reasons for the current volume of bank merger activity.
Or, to be worked out before the merger is consummated, is whether the two medical groups will stay in their existing facilities, one of these plants will be expanded, or a new consolidated physicians' office building will be sought.
Commissioner held that the surviving corporation in a merger could apply unused excess profits tax credits of the merged corporation against its post-merger income.
Investors and security holders may obtain additional information regarding the direct and indirect interests of Columbia and JPMorgan and their respective executive officers, directors and employees in the merger by reading the definitive proxy statement regarding the merger.
368-2(b)(1) (iii), Example (8), a merger of one domestic corporation with and into another, pursuant to the necessary state law, is an A reorganization, even though the merger was preceded by the acquired corporation's sale of one of its two, equally sized, historical businesses.
WorldCom, the surviving entity from the 1998 merger of MCI and WorldCom, saw its stock fall by about two-thirds in the 18 months that ended in January.