Antitrust damages at member states level / Barry Rodger National courts' perspective : binding effect of NCA decisions / Jacqueline Riffaut Silk Plurality is the key: collective redress, consensual settlements and other incentive devices / Rafael Amaro Collective redress: the group and the judicial supervision of the settlement / Vincent Smith Quantification issues: estimating and calculating harm, presumption of harm in cartel cases / Pacale Déchamps Critical observations on the proposed presumption of harm: a diabolical presumption of platonic harm / Thomas Rouhette Imputability issues in collection of damages: joint liability, parent-subsidiary relationship, etc. / Muriel Chagny Conclusions / Jacques Bourgeois.
The preparation of the antitrust damages package has taken nearly a decade to complete. Set against a very complicated background, in June 2013 the European Commission finally came up with a package which includes (i) a proposed Directive accompanied by non-binding documents dealing with the quantification of damages, and (ii) non-binding documents on collective redress. Further to exchanges between the European Commission, the Council and the Parliament, the latter adopted a final compromise text on 17 April 2014. The directive was eventually adopted by the Council on 10 November 2014.
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