Consumer compensation and private antitrust enforcement in the U.K. – setting...

By Sebastian Peyer In 2015, the U.K. government introduced opt-out group actions for claims based on breaches of competition law. The Consumer Rights Act 2015...

Private Damages and Class Action in India

By Pranav Mehra and Ritam Arora Indian companies face enormous challenges to effectively apply and obtain restitution for damages from antitrust violations. In addition to the...

Private Damages and Collective Redress in the EU — where do...

By Pontus Lindfelt & Sophie Sahlin The EU Member States now have a bit less than a year left to implement the Damages Directive. In...

The development of private enforcement regarding damages actions in Chile

By Nicolás Lewin and Francisco Borquez The Chilean damages actions originated in competition infractions are emerging in Chile. Yet, there are some amendments and corrections...

Israel—”Follow-On” Class Actions Against International Cartels

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Tal Eyal-Boger, Ziv Schwartz, Apr 14, 2015 In recent years a growing trend has...

Collective Redress and the EU Directive on Actions for Antitrust Damages...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Ann Marie Galvin, Feb 25, 2015 Private enforcement has come a long distance since...

Class Actions Against Infringements of EU Competition Law: A One-Way Road...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Lia Vitzilaiou, George Zohios, Feb 25, 2015 Class actions are a controversial issue, since...

The Development of the Class Action in the United Kingdom

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Michael Dean, Feb 25, 2015 Class actions are not part of the U.K. legal...

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