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Navigating the Quantum Minefield in Cartel Damages Cases

Emily Clark and Ruth Sander, Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, 6: 153 - 167, March 2015

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After a period of stop-start, the momentum behind private enforcement of competition law has built up considerably, at both EU and national level. This article considers some of the key practical issues facing parties involved in private actions in relation to the quantification of damages, including the important role of economic evidence.

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