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Transposition of the Antitrust Damages Directive into German Law

Posted by Social Science Research Network Transposition of the Antitrust Damages Directive into German Law By Christian Kersting (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Abstract:     The article discusses...
The Impact of Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo on Antitrust Class Actions

The Impact of Tyson Foods v. Bouaphakeo on Antitrust Class Actions

By Aaron M. Panner & Rachel P. May - Tyson Foods was a recent “donning and doffing” case at the U.S. Supreme Court involving whether...
Screen Cartel Cases set the Boundary: Territorial Limits of EU Cartel Damages

Screen Cartel Cases set the Boundary: Territorial Limits of EU Cartel...

By Nicholas Heaton The English High Court has given important guidance on the territorial scope of EU cartel damages claims in two recent judgments, both...
Territoriality Isn’t Over

Territoriality Isn’t Over

By Robert O’Donoghue - This article examines territoriality through the lens of the Iiyama case, the High Court’s main findings, and where the judgment leaves us...
Has the Dust Settled for Cartel Settlements?

Has the Dust Settled for Cartel Settlements?

By Marieke Datema & Chris Bryant - This article examines some of the issues that have arisen in relation to the European Commission’s settlement procedure and how settlement cases...
Antitrust Private Damages Actions in the United States, Canada and the European Union

Antitrust Private Damages Actions in the United States, Canada and the...

By Pierre Crémieux, Marissa Ginn & Marc Van Audenrode - This article compares and contrasts the well-established system of private action that prevails in the United States to those established...

The Changing Landscape in U.S. Antitrust Class Actions

By Dean Hansell and William L. Monts III No longer are antitrust damages class actions routinely certified with little factual inquiry, forcing defendants into settlements...

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...
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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...

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...
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