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Take two for the UK collective actions regime: Certification of the claims dismissed in Walter Merricks CBE v Mastercard

European Union, United Kingdom - July 25 2017 The parameters of the UK's new collective actions regime continue to take shape with the dismissal of the proposed collective action brought by…

Jonathan Isted, Lauma Skruzmane, Mark Sansom, Nicholas Frey.

Global antitrust litigation

Asia-Pacific, European Union, United Kingdom, USA - January 14 2016 Amid ongoing uncertainty over the extent to which antitrust damages claims can be brought in US courts in relation to foreign acts, legislative…

Mark Sansom, Michael Lacovara, Onno Brouwer.

Global antitrust litigation: a brave new world

European Union - January 12 2015 The EU Damages Directive will act as a catalyst for damages actions across Europe, particularly because it introduces a rebuttable presumption of…

Michael Lacovara, Onno Brouwer, Thomas Kreifels.

The EU antitrust damages Directive - a reality at last

European Union - November 10 2014 Today the EU Damages Directive has been formally adopted by the Council of the European Union. Further information about the Directive is available…

Onno Brouwer, Thomas Kreifels.

The EU antitrust damages Directive gets closer

European Union - March 26 2014 Today, the Permanent Representatives Committee of the European Council (Coreper) has voted favourably on the full text of the draft EU Damages…

Belinda Hollway, Dr Thomas Lübbig, Elske Raedts, Onno Brouwer.