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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

05 MAY 2011

Collective Redress for Breach of Competition Law – a Case for Reform [2011] Comp Law 5

The article examines the topical issue of collective redress in the competition law field. It discusses the legal basis for claims for breaches; the current scope of the damages recoverable in such actions, and; the existing provisions for collective redress. Additionally, the article considers how the Competition Appeal Tribunal fits into this landscape and, finally, how collective redress might be further facilitated.
Sir Gerald Barling

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