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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Goode on Commercial Law

Edited by: Ewan McKendrick
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Damages Actions and Competition Law

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ISBN13: 9781405718318
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This comprehensive new title covers civil tort remedies and actions for damages in competition law. With a strong focus on European Union law, US law, and national laws of the EU Member States, this fully up-to-date work takes into account the most recent EU and national developments.

The book also undertakes a fully integrated comparative analysis of the US and four EU jurisdictions, covering both the substantive and procedural dimensions

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Competition Law, Remedies and Damages
Part I: Tort Remedies in Competition Law;
1. Introduction and overview;
2. EU competition law;
3. Effectiveness, remedies, and procedure in EU law;
4. Models for the development of private tort remedies in national law;
5. Green Paper proposals and follow-up reforms;

Part II: The cause of action;
6. Articles 81-82 EC: Substance of the prohibitions, evidence and proof;
7. The merger regime and its implications for private litigation;
8. The problem of the causes of action;
9. The applicable law;
10. Standing and indirect purchaser;
11. Fault;
12. Causation;
13. Damages;
14. The impact of the leniency regimes on damages;
15. Injunctions and declarations;

Part III: Procedure and Evidence;
16. Jurisdiction;
17. Pleadings;
18. Interim measures;
19. Disclosure;
20. Evidence;
21. The impact of the leniency regimes on disclosure and evidence;
22. The role of expert evidence;
23. Burden and standard of proof;
24. The national instances: trial and appellate jurisdictions;
25. References to the European Court of Justice;
26. Finality (Res judicata) and enforcement of judgments;
27. Multi-party litigation and collective/representative actions;
28. International Commercial Arbitration;
29. Organising Parallel Proceedings;

Part IV: General Conclusion;
30. Models of EU competition law litigation between harmonization and ‘procedural autonomy’