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Antitrust Law: Damages Cases in Europe

23 June 2008

The National Law Journal
On April 3, 2008, the European Commission published a white paper on damages actions for breach of the European antitrust rules. The white paper is the last in a series of E.C. examinations of the knotty problem of how to make antitrust litigation a reality across Europe to achieve "justice for consumers and businesses, who lose billions of euros each and every year as a result of companies breaking EU antitrust rules. These people have a right to compensation through an effective system that complements public enforcement, whilst avoiding the potential excesses of the U.S. system.


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