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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...

Jon Lawrence, Onno Brouwer, Michael Lacovara.

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...

Jon Lawrence, Onno Brouwer.

Australian Consumer Law set to come into force

Australia - October 25 2010 The new Australian Consumer Law will sortly come into force, replacing 17 federal and state acts to create a single national law for consumer product safety....

Andrew Austin, John Blain.

Company fined for pressure selling

United Kingdom - October 25 2010 A company has been fined for using aggressive and high-pressure tactics to sell adjustible beds....

Andrew Austin, John Blain.

E-consumer protection consultation

United Kingdom - October 25 2010 Following the UK government's request to develop a national strategy for consumer protection on the internet, the OFT launched a consultation that ran until 13 OCtober....

Andrew Austin, John Blain.