Antitrust Damages Claims: is Mexico in The Right Path?

By Miguel Flores & Abel Rivera

Never in the history of Mexico has an individual antitrust damages claim been successful. However, in May 2014, the new Federal Law on Economic Competition (FLEC) provided clearer criteria for when and how a claim of antitrust damages may be carried, this brings new hope in the system. Nonetheless, to be successful, the new specialized competition courts will need to develop new interpretations of Civil Law institutions (civil liability) so that affected parties are able to recover damages from antitrust injuries.

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