Proposed collective action is not a competition case, defendant train operators say
The UK’s Competition Appeal Tribunal has questioned an expert economist on why a proposed collective action against two train operators could lead to £98 million in damages, as the defendants allege that the case is a consumer protection claim masquerading as antitrust.
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