15 January 2019
Claimants against the air cargo cartel have argued that they should be able to claim damages from British Airways dating back three years earlier than a UK trial court had ruled.
03 January 2019
Germany’s highest court has considered for the first time the validity of a prima facie test for evidence of antitrust damages, but rejected the test because it does not accurately reflect the realities of a market-sharing cartel.
18 December 2018
Dutch lawyers are uncertain how the establishment of a new court to hear international trade disputes will affect competition law litigation.
14 December 2018
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU is not liable for the costs that plastic bag manufacturer Gascogne incurred due to the length of antitrust proceedings against it.
05 December 2018
Deutsche Bahn has settled its UK interchange fee damages claim against MasterCard, just as the case was due to be heard before the UK Supreme Court.
26 November 2018
Today marks four years since the EU antitrust damages directive was signed into law. After years of discussion, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union intended Directive 2014/104 to make it easier for businesses and consumers to claim compensation for overcharges caused by infringements of competition law.
26 November 2018
As counsel to Apple argued that US Supreme Court precedent protected the company from antitrust liability to application purchasers, two justices appointed by Republican presidents asked about app developers’ ability to sue Apple instead.
21 November 2018
The grouping of follow-on damages actions against members of the trucks cartel will mean that any evidence presented in one claim will be applicable as evidence for another, the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal has said.
14 November 2018
The UK’s Court of Appeal has jurisdiction to hear a claimant’s challenge against the Competition Appeal Tribunal’s decision to reject class certification for a £14 billion opt-out claim against MasterCard, the court has ruled.
08 November 2018
More information regarding the potential involvement of the European subsidiaries of Toshiba and Panasonic in the colour picture tube cartel will come to light should the case make it to court, counsel to a follow-on damages claimant has said before the High Court for England and Wales.