The UK Supreme Court declines to hear a further appeal against a ruling of the Court of Appeal rejecting a company‘s move to sue its directors and employees in order to recover competition fines payable to the OFT (Safeway)

On 6 April 2011, it was reported that the UK Supreme Court has declined to hear a further appeal by Safeway against a ruling of the UK Court of Appeal rejecting Safeway‘s move to sue its directors and employees in order to

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Martin Favart, The UK Supreme Court declines to hear a further appeal against a ruling of the Court of Appeal rejecting a company‘s move to sue its directors and employees in order to recover competition fines payable to the OFT (Safeway), 6 April 2011, e-Competitions Bulletin April 2011, Art. N° 41147

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