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A groundbreaking practical guide for lawyers, judges, and economists to a rapidly emerging area of law – cartel damages

Undertakes an extensive survey and synthesis of the literature on the economics and measurement of cartel damages

Provides an integrated treatment of the applicable law and the ‘pragmatic approach’ to the quantification of damages of competition law damages

The law and methods of quantifying damages are explained using the judgments in decided cases, and practical examples drawn from expert reports and academic research.

Introduction to my Cartel Damages book

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Short commentaries on recent developments

BritNed v ABB - The rise and fall of cost-based damages

In BritNed v ABB the judge awarded damages for two costs-based ‘losses’ against a member of the power cable cartel . To read why this was wrong see my short note posted on Oxford Competition Law together with free access to a draft chapter on the subject from my new book Cartel Damages – Principles, Measurement and Economics just published by OUP.

Damages for bid rigging

BritNed v. ABB [2018] EWHC 2616 (Ch) is the first English cartel damages judgment, and the first to consider margin, cost and econometric approaches to the quantification of damages. The judgment…

European cartel fines in 2019

Case's Annual Review: January 2020 European cartel fines in 2019 Summary The European Commission completed three investigations comprising five cartel infringements.  Aggregate fines of €1,469 million were imposed after leniency…

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