BritNed lays down marker on confidentiality before power cables hearing

Counsel to damages claimant BritNed has warned that defendants should not be allowed to “seek refuge from... their shenanigans” in English courts, after clashing on confidentiality with high-voltage power cable manufacturer ABB in a pre-trial review.

Novartis case sets “precedent”, says FAS

David Vaughan QC, 1938-2018

Nasdaq dominant but not abusive, Swedish court holds

Fiscal state aid: are US companies being unfairly targeted?

Analysis Group president Pierre Cremieux, managing principal Marc Van Audenrode and principal David Mishol analyse whether the European Commission’s tax-related state aid investigations disproportionately target US companies.

MasterCard claimant counsel outlines burden of class certification

The lead barrister in the attempted opt-in interchange fee class action against MasterCard has highlighted the upfront cost of seeking UK antitrust class certification.

David Vaughan QC, 1938-2018

The antitrust community is mourning the loss of pioneering barrister David Vaughan QC, who passed away yesterday.

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