16th November 2011
THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED
Join expert practitioners from France, Holland, the United Kingdom and United States to discuss real-life examples from recent damages actions in their jurisdictions. The focus is on practice not policy and topics include:
- testing the climate for antitrust damages actions in Member States
- how to reduce exposure to damages during a cartel or abuse of dominance investigation
- impact of the Brussels Regulation on the filing and defence of private claims, including the forum and litigation timetable
- follow-on actions: access to evidence and disclosure issues, how to prove causation and quantum, role of EU or national infringement decisions
- differences in legal procedure: burden of proof, joint and several liability, limitation periods
This event is generously sponsored by:
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