Hogan Lovells US LLP announced today that it advised ITA Software, Inc., a leading provider of software solutions to the travel industry, on its merger with Google, which the Department of Justice cleared on Friday, 8 April.
Hogan Lovells Antitrust, Competition, and Economic Regulation partners Michele S. Harrington and Lynda K. Marshall led the Hogan Lovells team advising ITA, which also included now partner Logan Breed and associate Charlesa Ceres.
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