DAMITT: How Long Does it Take to Conduct Significant Antitrust Merger Investigations?
DAMITT, the Dechert Antitrust Merger Investigation Timing Tracker, is the leading source of analysis for significant U.S. and EU antitrust merger investigation and litigation trends.
The creator of DAMITT, Dechert’s antitrust and competition practice group, is recognized as a global leader for sophisticated advocacy and antitrust solutions. Clients around the world turn to the team for their most critical matters, including merger control, litigation, cartel investigations, and counseling and compliance.
Leading publications rely on DAMITT data when writing about the antitrust merger review process, including The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The Street, The Street TV, Handelsblatt, Time, Fortune, Law360, FTC Watch, PaRR, Global Competition Review, American Lawyer, Le Monde du Droit – Lexcase, and Dechert's very own Crunched Credit, as have other law firms.
Significant U.S. Antitrust Merger Investigations (2011 – Q1 2021)
Significant EU Antitrust Merger Investigations (2011 - Q1 2021)
Prior Reports and Webinars
DAMITT 2017 Year in Review: Number of Significant Antitrust Merger Investigations Declines in the US and Europe But Investigations Take Ever Longer to Complete; Signs of Trump Administration Quickening the Pace
Annual DAMITT Webinar