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Quantifying Antitrust Damages - Towards Non-Binding Guidance for Courts

1st February 2010

What is this event about?

On 19 January, the European Commission published an important report on methods of quantifying antitrust damages. The Commission has long promoted private actions for damages by victims of competition law and such actions are increasing in courts across Europe. However, the lack of clarity on how to quantify damages in such actions can be a practical barrier to claims. At this event, the report's ramifications will be discussed by those involved in its preparation, and solicitors active in such litigation who represent both plaintiffs and defendants.

Questions to be discussed:

  • How do you quantify harm suffered?
  • Which types of method are acceptable?
  • What are feasible?
  • What is best practice for estimating damages?

Please click here for a link to the report.




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