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Actions for Damages in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Germany

Actions for Damages in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Germany

Actions for Damages in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Germany

07.02.2017 NL law

This survey will discuss the developments with regard to claims for damages resulting from competition law infringements in the three most prominent jurisdictions in this area: the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Germany. This survey relates to the period July 2014– July 2016.

The survey has been published in the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, 2017, Vol. 8, No. 1

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