The CMA has announced that Reed Elsevier’s acquisition of Jordans will be referred for an in-depth phase 2 investigation unless acceptable undertakings are offered. The CMA’s concerns focus on the supply of legal information in the family law practice area to the legal sector, where the companies were found by the CMA to be close competitors for publications and resources within the specific segments of children law, matrimonial property law and family court reports. Click here.