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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...

The Antitrust Damages Directive—Too Little, Too Late

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Sebastian Peyer, Jan 21, 2015 The Directive of the European Parliament and of the...

The Antitrust Damages Directive: The Ideal of Just Compensation and the...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Veljko Milutinovic, Jan 21, 2015 The subject of this paper is the recently enacted...

The Binding Nature of NCA Decisions in Antitrust Follow-on Litigation: Is...

Stefano Grassani, Aug 12, 2013 The European Commission believes that-given the procedural asymmetries between plaintiffs and defendants-public enforcement of antitrust law by national competition authorities...

Economics And Private Antitrust Litigation In China

Dennis Lu, Guofu Tan, Jul 28, 2013 Since the introduction of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law in 2008, private litigation has been increasing in the areas of...

Competition Law in Slovakia: An Authority Viewpoint

Zuzana Sabova, Oct 30, 2012 Competition law was introduced in Slovakia in the early 1990s as a part of the market mechanisms aimed at the...

Collective Redress, More Consultations at the European Level But are We...

Ann Marie Galvin, Apr 29, 2011 Towards a Coherent European Approach to Collective Redress is the latest consultation by the European Commission ("Commission") on collective...

Assessing the Quality of Competition Policy: The Case of Horizontal Merger...

William Kovacic, Apr 30, 2009 This article suggests how a jurisdiction might best go about evaluating the quality of its competition policy system. It urges...

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