The UK Parliament passes the Consumer Rights Bill introducing opt-out antitrust class actions

UK Passes Consumer Rights Bill Introducing Opt-Out Antitrust Class Actions* The United Kingdom announced today that the Consumer Rights Bill has passed its final legislative hurdle and has been adopted as the Consumer Rights Act 2015 – heralding a major overhaul of consumer protection law in the UK. Schedule 8 of the Act contains radical new provisions designed to boost private antitrust enforcement in the UK. Most noteworthy is the

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  • Constantine Cannon (London)

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Richard Pike, The UK Parliament passes the Consumer Rights Bill introducing opt-out antitrust class actions, 26 March 2015, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2015, Art. N° 72309

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