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Competition Law

Analysis - debate - current awareness

05 MAY 2011

Safeway Stores Ltd v Twigger: The Buck Stops Here [2011] Comp Law 57

The authors discuss the judgments of the Commercial Court and the Court of Appeal in the Twigger litigation, in which Safeway sought (but ultimately failed) to recover from a number of its former directors and employees the amount of a fine imposed by the OFT in respect of cartel activity. Also addressed are the wider implications of the case, issues which ought to be noted by competition practitioners.
Anna Morfey and Conall Patton

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