Vasil Savov

CDC Cartel Damage Claims (Brussels)
Executive Director

Vasil is an executive director in Luxembourg and a partner with CDC Cartel Damage Claims. As a part of a great legal, economic and IT team, Vasil is recognised as one of the most prominent legal experts in Europe re pan-european enforcement of antitrust damages claims. So far, he has worked on the largest and most complex cases pending before the national courts of several EU member states.


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CDC Cartel Damage Claims (Brussels)
French Constitutional Council (Paris)
Ministère de la Justice (Paris)
Court of Appeal (Paris)
Tribunal de commerce de Paris
DG COMP (Brussels)
Université Toulouse 1 Capitole


Vasil Savov (CDC)
Vasil Savov 28 March 2019 Paris
Vasil Savov (CDC Cartel Damage Claims)
Vasil Savov 29 March 2018 Paris
Vasil Savov - Transposition de la directive Dommages - 10 mars 2017
Vasil Savov 10 March 2017 Paris


6663 Bulletin

Till Schreiber, Vasil Savov Advocate General Szpunar renders an opinion on publication of information about the functioning of an illegal cartel acquired via leniency statements (Evonik Degussa)


Presenting public knowledge: Leniency programmes and cartels* By his opinion of 21 July 2016 in Case C-162/15 P, Evonik Degussa, Advocate General (AG) Maciej Szpunar of the EU Court of Justice confirmed that information on the functioning of a clandestine cartel, even when it originates from (...)

Vasil Savov The EU Court of Justice gives a clear indication that sufficiently substantiated requests for access to documents from cartel victims are a matter of public interest (EnBW)


On 9 November 2007, Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (“EnBW”) sought from the European Commission (“Commission”), on the basis of Regulation No 1049/2001 (the “Regulation”), access to all documents in the file relating to the proceeding that led to the adoption of the Gas insulated switchgear decision (...)

Vasil Savov The AG Kokott of the EU Cout of Justice states that the law of the EU precludes domestic legislation which categorically excludes any civil liability of undertakings belonging to a cartel for umbrella damages (KONE)


Advocate General Kokott stated that the law of the European Union precludes the interpretation and application of domestic legislation enacted by a Member State which categorically excludes any civil liability of undertakings belonging to a cartel for loss resulting from the fact that an (...)

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