Last year we noted that U.S. antitrust enforcement was in a period of nearly unprecedented public attention and policy debate, and also that the Biden Administration seemed likely to launch significant new policy initiatives as the year progressed.
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CJEU decision on disclosure under the Damages Directive implies post-Brexit divergence between EU and UK competition damages claims
By Paul Stuart, Lanto Sheridan & Fay Davies on
On 10 November 2022, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) issued a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of the disclosure obligation under the EU directive that harmonised national rules governing actions for damages for breaches of competition law in EU member states and the UK (the Damages Directive).