The EU Commission publishes a report on the implementation of the 2014/104/EU Damages Directive

Almost exactly four years after the implementation deadline, the European Commission (the “EC”) has published a short report [1] on 14 December 2020 on the implementation of its Directive 2014/104 (the “Damages Directive”) [2] across the European Union (the “EU”). The primary aim of the Damages Directive was to facilitate effective redress for individuals and businesses that have suffered harm as a result of anticompetitive conduct. Accordingly, the effective and consistent implementation of the Damages Directive across the EU is an important step towards achieving that aim. While all Member-States have by now implemented the Damages Directive, 21 of the 28 [3] Member-States had failed to transpose the measures into national law by the implementation deadline of 27 December 2016. It took

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  • Hausfeld (London)
  • Hausfeld (London)

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Lesley Hannah, Anna Stellardi, The EU Commission publishes a report on the implementation of the 2014/104/EU Damages Directive, 14 December 2020, e-Competitions December 2020, Art. N° 100182

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