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FTC and the Justice Department's Antitrust Division are implementing an electronic filing system that will allow firms to submit pre-merger notifications online, according to a June 20 announcement. The forms are required in advance of transactions for certain mergers and acquisitions. The electronic filing option will be available upon the issue of a forthcoming Federal Register notice, FTC states. In addition to being a beneficial move for companies, the new system complies with the Government Paperwork Elimination Act, which requires that federal agencies provide electronic filing and signature options to the extent practicable...
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