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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...

Why the Motorola Mobility Decision was Good for Cartel Enforcement and...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Robert Connolly, Jan 29, 2015 I was pleased to have an article I wrote...

The EU Directive on Antitrust Damage Actions and the Role of...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Till Schreiber, Martin Seegers, Feb 25, 2015 Private enforcement is one of the hot...

Recent Trends in Leniency Agreements in Brazil

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Marcos Exposto, Luiz Galvao, Barbara Rosenberg, Sandra Terepins, Feb 26, 2014 For the past...

Private Enforcement Under EU law: Abuse of Dominance and the Quantification...

Frank Maier-Rigaud, Ulrich Schwalbe, Nov 27, 2013 Damages caused by violations of Article 101 and 102 Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union are viewed...

Private Competition Actions for Damages Under Mexican Law

Omar Guerrero Rodriquez, Alan Ramirez Casazza, Apr 16, 2013 For almost 20 years private enforcement for damages of competition law in Mexico was non-existent. As discussed...

Private Antitrust Actions in Japan

Kazunori Furuya, Mitsuo Matsushita, Apr 16, 2013 The Japanese Antimonopoly Law (hereafter referred to as "JAML") was enacted in 1947 as part of the Economic...

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