Goeteyn and Rawnsley Author Article on EU Damages Directive and Access to Evidence for Antitrust Damages Actions

Partner Geert Goeteyn (Brussels–Antitrust) and counsel Collette Rawnsley (London–Antitrust) have authored an article in The Strategic View – Competition Litigation 2016 on “The EU Damages Directive and Access to Evidence for Antitrust Damages Actions.” In this article, the authors consider how the EU Damages Directive seeks to provide victims of competition law infringements with easier access to evidence for the purposes of private damages actions, while preserving the effectiveness of public enforcement tools. See the article below.

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The EU Damages Directive and Access to Evidence for Antitrust Damages Actions

Categories: EU Antitrust Basics, EU Cartels, EU Distribution, EU Enforcement

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