CMA warns Supreme Court about “chilling effect” of adverse costs orders
The public interest served by a regulatory authority defending its decisions in court displaces the general rule that it should pay the appellants’ legal costs when it loses, the UK’s antitrust enforcer has argued to the country’s highest court.
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