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Private Antitrust Litigation

A concise breakdown of the important areas of this rapidly developing field of competition law in jurisdictions throughout the world. Matters dealt with include: development of private antitrust litigation within each jurisdiction, issues of jurisdiction, actions against individuals and corporations, simultaneous private actions, pre-trial discovery procedures, private actions following criminal cases, use of evidence from criminal proceedings, standards of proof, timetables, collective actions, joint and several liability, measure of damages and alternative dispute resolution.

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