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It is increasingly common for competition law to be enforced by private parties in court, in addition to regulatory enforcement by competition authorities.

It has long been established that a party that has suffered harm as a result of competition law infringement can sue for damages. Almost all cartel investigations are now followed by private damages actions.

In this video, Chris Bryant, Partner, EU & Competition and Rachel Ziegler, Associate, Commercial Dispute Resolution, identify what can be claimed for, who can bring competition damages actions and the impact of the new EU Damages Directive.