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Private Antitrust Litigation in Europe

Private antitrust litigation has steadily gained prominence in Europe, whether as follow-on damages claims from governmental enforcement actions, or as standalone competition claims pursued in litigation and arbitration among private parties.

2020

Private Antitrust Litigation in Europe

2019

Interplay Between Antitrust Misconduct's Judicial Review and Private Enforcement: A Hallmark Decision

EU's Highest Court Expands Cartel Damages Liability for Corporate Parents and Successors

2017

Belgium Adopts Law Enacting EU Directive on Private Antitrust Damages

Latest Reform of German Competition Law Brings Clarity

Antitrust Alert: Italy Implements EU Directive on Private Antitrust Damages

2015

Antitrust Alert: New UK Regime for Competition Damages Actions Comes into Effect

2014

Antitrust Alert: European Union Approves Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions

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