The OECD holds a roundtable on Private Remedies

Executive summary, by the Secretariat General Policies and Principles The first roundtable addressed a broad range of principles and policies concerning private competition law enforcement, including the desirability of private enforcement in general, policy goals it should pursue, and the interdependence of private and public enforcement. Many of these policy concerns were echoed in subsequent discussions as well. (1) Private antitrust enforcement can substantially improve the functioning of a competition regime. But more private enforcement is not always beneficial. Getting the "dosage" right must be a key objective of reforms, in order to ensure that private antitrust enforcement will encourage greater compliance with antitrust norms while avoiding litigation that is wasteful

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OECD, The OECD holds a roundtable on Private Remedies, 1 June 2006, e-Competitions June 2006, Art. N° 85687

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