All your resources at your fingertips.Learn More
This article examines the most important competition judgments of 2011. There is now no doubt that competition litigation, both public and private, is well-established in the UK. On the public side, a number of important appeals were taken in the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) against infringement decisions under the Competition Act 1998. On the private side, the approach of the High Court and the CAT was developed in a series of significant stand-alone and follow-on damages actions. The article examines substantive appeals against infringement decisions; procedural matters in such appeals; private antitrust actions and procedural matters in such cases.
To read the rest of this article, see Competition Law Journal: , Issue 1, Articles (link for online subscribers who have already logged in click here).
To request a free trial click here and select Competition Law Journal online from the drop down menu.
Provides all competition law advisers with a reliable source of analysis on law and practice in...