The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal is to rule on two follow-on damages’ claims (Emerson Electric / Morgan Crucible)

Introduction This note considers antitrust private enforcement in the UK ; it should be read together with two other recent cases (A. Jones, The UK Court of Appeal rejects an allegation of unreasonable refusal to supply and unlawful discriminatory pricing (Attheraces/British Horseracing Board), e-Competitions, April 2007-I, n° 13326 ; A. Jones, The UK Hight Court rules on interim unjunction for an alleged unlawful refusal to supply in the pharmaceutical sector (AAH Pharmaceuticals/Pfizer-UniChem), e-Competitions, April 2007-I, n° 13334). It should be recalled that, in the UK, it is possible for

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Alison Jones, The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal is to rule on two follow-on damages’ claims (Emerson Electric / Morgan Crucible), 5 March 2007, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2007, Art. N° 13381

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