What are the latest trends in competition law litigation?
Originally broadcast on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 - 15:30
2012 is likely to be the year in which the seeds of radical change in competition law litigation are sewn. BIS is consulting upon wholesale change for private actions, whilst the introduction of the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act will certainly have a dramatic impact upon litigation funding from 2013. As competition litigation commences a period of significant development, it is highly important that you remain abreast of this area of law.
This fully interactive webinar will analyse the most recent trends in competition law, at both EU and national level, whilst exploring the latest developments in the Competition Appeals Tribunal and High Court.”
•Latest UK developments in the CAT and High Court, for example:
- establishing UK jurisdiction through "anchor defendants"
- follow on actions and what elements on an infringement decision are binding
- access to documents (including decisions of the EU courts)
- funding and CFAs
- group litigation and collective redress
•Legislative proposals and other developments at the EU and national levels
•Calculating damages in antitrust litigation and passing on