Belinda Hollway Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
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European Union, United Kingdom - April 5 2012
Materials created for and provided to the European Commission as part of a leniency application may have to be disclosed to damages claimants in the English courts.
United Kingdom - January 19 2011
The Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), denying Enron Coal Services' (Enron) claim for damages from English Welsh & Scottish Railway (EWS) (Enron Coal Services (In Liquidation) v English Welsh & Scottish Railway  EWCA Civ 2).
European Union - September 14 2010
In this judgment in Case C-550/07 Akzo Nobel, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has confirmed that legal professional privilege (LPP) will not protect communications between an undertaking and its in-house lawyers during European Commission competition investigations.
United Kingdom - December 22 2009
Following the first trial of a follow-on damages claim before the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), Enron has lost its claim against EWS (Enron Coal Services (In Liquidation) v English Welsh & Scottish Railway).
- Alan Rae Smith,
- Alexia Burckett St. Laurent ,
- Anna Morfey ,
- Anneleen Straetemans,
- Chris Chapman,
- George Swan,
- Jan Blockx,
- John Blain,
- Jonathan Goodliffe,
- Katharina Crinson,
- Ken Baird,
- Laurent Garzaniti,
- Marine Dewaele,
- Mark Sansom,
- Max Cairnduff,
- Sally Roe,
- Sarah Jensen,
- Sharon Long,
- Thomas Janssens,
- Tone Oeyen