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提交: 17 April 2019
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the largest claim in the history of UK civil litigation, and the first claim under the UK's flagship "opt-out" regime, can proceed.
提交: 25 January 2019
What are the key features to consider as a potential claimant or defendant in an antitrust damages action in the Netherlands? We outline reasons to litigate and reasons not to litigate in the Netherlands.
提交: 09 January 2019
A Court of Appeal decision may kickstart the UK's first opt-out class action, while the Competition Appeals Tribunal will decide whether to certify a second.
提交: 09 November 2018
This article considers the key findings from the CMA's recent survey into the level of knowledge held by businesses regarding competition law and the risks arising from non-compliance.
提交: 01 November 2018
This is the submission provided by Simmons & Simmons LLP to the European Commission on 04 October 2018 in response to its consultation regarding draft Guidance in relation to Pass-On in competition claims.
最后审查: 06 July 2018 / 提交: 25 July 2017
The Competition Appeal Tribunal has rejected an application for a Collective Proceedings Order for the largest legal action ever commenced in England. What now for class actions in the UK?
提交: 26 April 2018
Chris Owen talks to Duncan Green about the High Court's preliminary judgment in the Deutsche Bahn v MasterCard multilateral interchange fee (MIF) case, dealing in particular with the question of how to determine applicable law under the Private International Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1995 (PILA) in the context of a competition damages action.
提交: 12 April 2018
Chris Owen and Duncan Green reflect on the High Court's preliminary judgment in Deutsche Bahn v MasterCard.
提交: 15 January 2018
After the failure of the first two applications for Collective Proceedings Orders in the Competition Appeal Tribunal, 2018 is likely to be the breakthrough year.
提交: 07 April 2017
The German Parliament has passed an amendment to the German Act against Restraints of Competition to transpose the EU Damages Directive and introduce further amendments such as a value-based merger control threshold.
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