All class action information has been classified into three distinctive dossiers in which you can find all the relevant information, curated in one place.
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This dossier covers case law developments with regards to private enforcement in cartel damages claims. It provides a year-by-year overview of relevant information on the private aspects of case law in the Netherlands and Europe (including the UK).
This dossier covers developments regarding public law aspects of class actions. European and national competition authorities and courts impose fines pertaining to class action cases brought before them. We’ve selected the most interesting and relevant ones for this dossier, as well as other matters that have national and international implications and are therefore of importance to future cases, rulings and class action case law.
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European and national legislators and competition authorities create laws, directives and guidelines concerning many different topics in the class action domain. We’ve selected the relevant developments in this area for this dossier.
Abuse of dominance Admissibility Anchor defendant Applicable law Assignment Binding effect Burden of proof Cartel damages Causality Class action Decision national competition authority Declaratory decision Disclosure European commission decision Jurisdiction Limitation period Opt-in / opt-out Passing-on Quantification of harm Settlement Theory of Harm WAMCA