Actions for damages for breach of competition law

25 Aug 2015

Part of the Collyer Bristow guide to UK and EU competition law for overseas clients

Historically, competition law has been a matter for public enforcement, with those who infringe it subject to penalty from regulators. However, there is an increasing impetus towards so-called "private enforcement" where the victims of anticompetitive behaviour sue for damages. In this regard, three developments are of particular interest:

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Stephen Critchley

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