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Antitrust Resources

Drawing on our vast deal and case experience, Shearman & Sterling has developed this Resources page, which provides a wide array of substantive and practical information on our antitrust and competition practice. Please review some of the informative materials we regularly publish as a value-added service to our clients, as well as information on upcoming events and details of recent activities and newsworthy items.

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TELUS’ Agreement to Acquire Lionbridge AI

Shearman & Sterling represented Canada’s TELUS International in connection with its agreement to acquire Lionbridge AI, a global provider of crowd-based data annotation services, in a deal valued at approximately $935 million.

Orion Mine Finance Closes Acquisition of Oxy Assets

Shearman & Sterling represented Orion Mine Finance (Orion), in its acquisition of Occidental Petroleum Corporation’s (Oxy) Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah Land Grant assets in exchange for a purchase price of approximately $1.33 billion. The deal closed on October 19.

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Investigations in Asia - South East Asia

For many businesses, Asia provides a wealth of opportunities, but there are also risks in doing business in a diverse region with legal systems and practices that may be unfamiliar to those more used to operating in Europe and the Americas.

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Decrypting the Proposed Regulation of Crypto-Assets in the EU

On September 24, 2020 the European Commission (EC) launched proposals for a new EU-wide regime to regulate crypto-assets and distributed ledger technology (DLT) in the financial sector through a Digital Finance Package. Key issues relevant to companies and stakeholders in digital finance are set out below.

Investigations in Asia - China

For many businesses, Asia provides a wealth of opportunities, but there are also risks in doing business in a diverse region with legal systems and practices that may be unfamiliar to those more used to operating in Europe and the Americas.