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European Court Of Justice Provides Guidance Regarding Potential Liability Of Cartel Members In EU Member States For Sales By Non-Cartel Participants
Last week, the EU’s highest court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), held that Member State laws may not categorically prohibit consumers from recovering from cartel members damages attributable to purchases from non-cartel participants that—acting independently—were able to charge inflated prices as a result of market-wide price effects from cartel behavior.
European Union
11 Jun 2014
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EU Commission Presents Package To Facilitate Private Actions For Antitrust Damages
On 11 June 2013 the European Commission published proposals for a Directive governing national damages actions for the infringement of national and EU competition laws.
United States
21 Jun 2013
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No Access To Leniency Documents For Private Plaintiffs In Germany
In a decision published at end of January, the Local Court of Bonn, Germany denied a private party making a damage claim access to documents in the files of the German Federal Cartel Office (FCO) that an applicant had provided as part of the leniency application process.
Germany
13 Mar 2012
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