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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...

Interview with Prof. Frederic Jenny

Competition Policy International presents Interview with Prof. Frederic Jenny Interview with Prof. Frederic Jenny from Competition Policy International on Vimeo. Interview Transcript    Who is best placed to grant...

Balancing public and private enforcement – an Australian perspective

By Rebecca Gilsenan and Marcus Bezzi The lack of compensation flowing to the victims of cartel conduct in Australia is a matter of significant concern...

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...

Ashcroft v. Iqbal: Taking Twombly a Step Further

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Caroline Mitchell, David Wallach, Jul 29, 2009 On May 18, 2009, in a 5-to-4...

MAY-09(1)

In this issue: Class Certification Kenneth Ewing, May 14, 2009 Hydrogen Peroxide: The Crest of the Wave Hydrogen Peroxide also offers some guidance on handling...

AUG-11(1)

In this issue: The U.S. Supreme Court took a hard look at class actions earlier this year in a decision on Wal-Mart v. Dukes. Our...

APR-11(2)

In this issue: Whether you call it "collective redress" or "class action," the problems of an appropriate role for a private consumer class in antitrust...

AUG-10(1)

In this issue: Courts and authorities—both in the United States and Europe—have muddied the waters regarding various class issues. To try to clear things up...

Jun-08(2)

In this issue: Merger Review in the U.K. Manish Das, Andrea Gomes da Silva, Jun 25, 2008 A New Style of Merger Review in the U.K.: Perspectives...

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